Welcome to LeoLapa
- where the hippos cover the water and the buffalos cover the rest!
Situated only 400 km from Johannesburg, and nestled on the banks of the scenic Crocodile River, this ten sleeper house boasts five luxurious en-suite bedrooms. Each master suite has an exotic bathroom with bath and shower plus an outdoor shower and private balcony with breathtaking views of the Kruger National Park. Silent air-conditioners and ceiling fans in every room allow for a cooler temperature during the hot months and a view of the river from each bedroom is enjoyed.
Accommodation at LeoLapa:
This self-catering house has a large modern kitchen and scullery featuring all amenities fitted for guest requirements.
The indoor entertainment area includes a lounge with two large, flat screen televisions both with satellite television and PVR, a ten seater dining room suite, a large snooker / table tennis table, as well as an intimate bar where you can enjoy memorable moments with your loved ones.
This spectacular entertainment area opens up onto a large outdoor patio with an infinity pool, outdoor braai and boma where you can watch the wildlife enjoy a splash at the river’s edge.
The house is serviced daily, and our friendly staff is always available to assist in making your stay as relaxing and carefree as possible.
per unit, Max: 10
Facilities & Services:
- Children under 12 years
- Self-Braai / Barbecue
- Dining room
- Cots available
- Internet Access
- Parking (open and off-street)
- Fireplace on the Premises
- Parking (off-street - open)
- Parking (off-street - covered)
- Hiking / Walking Trails
- Communal Television
- Horse Riding
- Swimming Pool
- Communal Satellite TV
- DVD and/or VCR
Nearby activities include Micro light safaris, elephant socializing, game walks, tiger fishing, golf at one of four neighboring courses including the famous Leopard Creek, horseback safari and excursions to Maputo and Swaziland.
LeoLapa is situated in the Mjejane Game Reserve which is part of the Greater Kruger National Park and is home to the famous 'Big 5'. Enjoy an early morning or late afternoon game drive on your private open air vehicle, guided by an experienced and enthusiastic game ranger, or cross the private bridge and enjoy your own self-drive in the famous Southern Biyamiti Area – most game rich area of the Kruger Park.
Wildlife experiences from your private outdoor patio include daily sightings of hippo, impala, waterbuck, bushbuck and crocodile. Weekly sightings of elephant, white rhino, buffalo, kudu and giraffe can be expected, as well as the occasional spotting of lion, leopard, hyena and black rhino. Recent guests have also been lucky enough to witness crocodile and leopard kills.
For bird enthusiasts, these are a few of the visitors you can expect to encounter: Saddle-billed Stork; Goliath Heron; Purple Crested Lourie, numerous Kingfisher species, African Fish Eagle and many more!
Other Accommodation near LeoLapa:
Accommodation options within 8km from LeoLapa include:
2 x Self catering holiday homes sleeping 8 guests in each. Providing luxury accommodation and a tranquil and unforgettable experience with wild life roaming freely in their natural environment adjacent to Kruger Park.
Kruger View Cottage is a beautiful, thatched cottage right on the Crocodile river with a view over and into the Kruger National Park. It is situated in Marloth Park, a wildlife conservancy which is on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park.
per person sharing
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Crocodile Kruger Safari Lodge is situated in a nature reserve on the banks of the Crocodile River with stunning views of the Kruger National park and its wildlife. The lodge is located a mere 45 minutes drive from the Kruger Mpumalanga airport.
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Needles Lodge is a warm and welcoming owner run lodge in the heart of Marloth Park, a private residential nature reserve bordering the Kruger National Park between the Malelane and Crocodile Bridge entrances to the Park.