Leopard Hill is set in a small clearing in the beautiful Naboisho Conservancy. With only six smart tents it offers good quality accommodation and the fantastic wildlife-viewing opportunities of the Naboisho Conservancy.
The guest tents are well spaced out for privacy and set on raised wooden decks with a verandah our front, each overlooking one of three waterholes where animals frequently come to drink. Each deck area has a small firepit and your room attendant will light a fire in the evening to accompany your sundowner drinks.
Inside, the tents are surprisingly spacious and attractive, with wooden floors, double bed or twin beds, coffee table and a daybed. The décor draws its inspiration from East Africa and India, using traditional wooden carvings and cow hides sitting alongside tapestries, Indian elephant cushions and oriental fabrics. A unique tent feature is the retractable roof. At the press of a button the fabric roof retracts to reveal the sky, leaving just a thin mosquito net for protection. At the back of each tent, the good-sized bathroom has twin washbasins, indoor and outdoor plumbed showers, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Leopard Hill has a spacious lounge tent adjacent to the dining area. The lounge houses a bar and library with interesting safari books. The lounge tent is built on leveled terraces, offering cozy spots by the fire to enjoy the vastness of African wilderness. Dinner is a memorable time of the day, and the option of where to dine is up to you. You can join your safari companions for a meal and an evening of stories and laughter at the dining tent, or dine outdoors in the privacy of your own tent, alone with your loved one. The choice is yours.