Rates & Seasons
From $ 903
To $ 5,749
Fully-inclusive, Per Person
Once you have experienced a stay at Leadwood Lodge you’ll be longing to take root there as deeply as the ancient trees after which the Lodge is named.
Nestled in the fork of the Sand and Mabrak Rivers, Leadwood offers a cosy and serene getaway that is completely at peace with the bush that surrounds it.
With only four suites carefully distanced from each other, Leadwood is ideal for families or parties of friends who want to share their safari experiences without intruding on each other’s privacy. When booked for individual use, rather than sole-use, we only ever use three suites, so the number of guests on the game drive vehicle is never more than six.
Why Stay at Leadwood Lodge
- Set in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, which shares unfenced boundaries with the Kruger National Park
- Intimate Big Five game viewing experiences, particularly leopard
- Just four intimate air-conditioned suites available for sole-use or three suites when booked individually, limiting the number of guests on game drive vehicles
- Fireplace, private plunge pool and outdoor shower
The rest of the world instantly slips away at Leadwood Lodge. Constructed for maximum privacy, the four suites ensure total serenity and solitude. Simply relax on your private deck or while away the hours absorbed in the peace of the bush. Floor to ceiling glass windows afford wide views of the animals coming down to drink at the rocky river's edge. The colours and textures of the bush follow you indoors and even the indoor shower is encased in glass.
Shared guest areas are intimate too, with steps and levels creating cosy, secluded areas. Tuck yourself away in a private corner with a book or enjoy a refreshing drink in the shade of a jackalberry tree on the spacious deck. With a granite river bank in front of the lodge, you’re bound to spot a four-legged visitor or two quenching their thirst. When the sun gets too hot, enjoy a refreshing dip in the king size plunge pool on your suite's private deck.
The open-air dining room welcomes you with wholesome aromas and friendly faces. Linger over a leisurely meal under the roughly hewn bush chandelier or join in the hearty fare around a blazing fire in the boma. When the chill of the African night creeps up, retire to the warmth and comfort of thefireplace in your private suite. The deep, free-standing tub in the bathroom beckons and the underfloor heating chases the chill from the smooth rock floor.