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Valleys give way to grasslands and finally to mountains in this rolling, soaring wildlife sanctuary. Rare rhinos, African elephants, wild dogs and the prehistoric Cycad plants are among its amazing sights.
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Lovely campsite in beautiful area. Lots of birds and small antelope roaming the campsite. Good and well maintained ablution facilities. Friendly and helpful staff. Good road infrastructure. Stunning park!
When we went to the park we saw very few animals. The park has nice scenery and is not crowded at all, so if you're looking for peace and quiet, this would be a good place. Limited amenities inside the park, no restaurant, bathrooms only...More
We stayed at Tlopi tented camp which has a wonderful view of a large waterhole. One evening a herd of elephants turned up & it was magic! However, the vervet monkeys are real pests. Keep you kitchen locked at all times!
Camped for two nights over Sunday and Monday.
Vincent at the entrance and all the staff were friendly and pleasant.
The ablutions were clean and well appointed. No complaints at all!
We managed to see rhino, giraffe, elephant, warthog, buffalo to name a few.
We did not encounter a lot of wildlife in the park, maybe attributed to the drought, but the cottage we stayed in was beautiful and provided wonderful scenes when the elephants came for a drink right in front of you! Beware of the mice (this...More
I spent two days in the park and was disappointed in the wildlife seen. The park is divided into two sections - the big-five area and other wildlife. I stayed in the Bontle Rest Camp which was excellent with many flat sites with easy access...More
I’ve been to Leo first as volunteer to learn about marketing and promotion and of course see the beautiful animals. The animals are great, the nature around and the location is just stunning.
The organisation is not great. The two managers, a Italian woman and...More