Leopard’s Pride reserve is characterised by a mix of undulating bushveld with occasional grassy vleis for optimal game viewing. Several spring-fed streams flow through the reserve.
The reserve is home to a rich birdlife (including three resident ostriches) and a variety of antelope, including kudu, impala, nyala, bushbuck, blesbok and wildebeest. There are also zebra, warthog, brown hyena, jackal, serval, baboon, bush babies, mongoose and porcupine.
From the garden or lookout points you might also spot giraffe on neighbouring properties. Leopard occur naturally in the area and, while the risk is low, we ask that visitors always accompany one another when going out onto the reserve on foot or mountain bike