Leopard Rock Lodge is an ecologic safari lodge where George and Joy Adamson set up their camp at Leopard Rock which Joy described as the ideal place for Leopards. Leopard Rock Lodge is a fully refurbished Safari Lodge built on a 3.5km river frontage, in Meru National Park.
The lodge is an exclusive resort overlooking a tropical river that hosts hippos, crocodiles and many species of birds at the Bisanadi Reserve which neighbors the Meru National park. Meru National Park has a wide variety of landscapes and habitats, forest, swamp and savannah with 15 perennial rivers rising from the volcanic Nyambene Hills and reaching Tana River in the southern boundary.
Leopard Rock Lodge offers 15 cottages overlooking the river, all with private terraces and excellent views. There are also a number of suites, a honeymoon cottage and five family cottages, each with two bathrooms. There is also a jacuzzi room with optional massage services.
The cottages are decorated in contemporary African design and spacious, air-conditioned thatched suites are beautifully appointed, featuring exquisite ethnic decor in keeping with the bush veld environment . They feature an elegant décor with hand-carved mahogany and prestigious furniture with Lamu wardrobes and Persian carpet. An en suite bathroom promises the luxury of a deep, warm bath, and a refreshing shower.
Leopard Rock Lodge offers a six course dinner meal which includes the starter, soup, Hors D'oeuvre, main course, cheese and coffee or tea. Lunch includes a three course meal along with coffee or tea with pastries. Breakfast includes a multitude of items such as bacon, eggs, crepes, croissant and much more. Everything at leopard Rock Lodge is freshly made and prepared the very day it is served.