Sheltered under the limbs of a giant fig tree, Leopard Lodge is a high-end safari escape into the beauties of the private Naboisho Conservancy.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of only six luxury tents, each with their own theme. The architecture of the round tents is inspired by the local Maasai manyattas and provides three-hundred and sixty degree views of the lush bushlands. Even better, the ceiling opens up with a click of a button allowing guests to admire the vast constellations of an African night sky from the comfort of their beds. The en suite bathroom comes with a double vanity, flush toilet, and both an indoor and outdoor safari shower. Plus, every tent has a large wooden viewing deck warmed by its own fireplace.
The lodge is located in the heart of the 200,000-acre private Naboisho Conservancy on the border of the larger Maasai Mara. The Conservancy boasts not only a higher density of animals than the Maasai Mara but one the highest concentrations of lions in the world. Around one hundred of the big cats live here. The area also has an impressive number of elephant, giraffe, wildebeest, and zebra as well as the rare and elusive African wild dog. Moreover, the Conservancy provides a vital corridor for the little-known Loita Migration, which sees up to 5,000 wildebeest and 1,000 zebra move though the area annually from the Mara Reserve to the Loita Plains in the east.