About Leopard Lodge

Leopard Lodge Namibia

Construction of Leopard Lodge was begun in 1928 by former members of the German colonial forces who returned to Namibia after WWI. The Lodge has been a hunting and guest farm for many years. The original farmhouse stands in the centre surrounded by smaller buildings built in the traditional stone manner. These buildings are comfortably shaded by an old stand of trees and surrounded by sun-tropical gardens.

The following species roam on Leopard Lodge: Waterbuck, Black Wildebeest, Greater Kudu, Oryx, Red Hartebeest, Blue Wildebeest, Impala, Spring buck, Warthog, Mountain Zebra, Eland, Steenbok, Giraffe, Leopard, Cheetah, Jackal, Baboon. There are also eagles, snakes, owls, geese and many other smaller animal species.