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A leopard was seen strolling through the outside entertainment area of a bush lodge. Watch.. Photo: video screenshot

Leopard casually strolls through SA bush lodge villa [WATCH]

When staying at a bush lodge in SA, you can never be too sure of what might come strolling through your accommodation. Take a look…

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A leopard was seen strolling through the outside entertainment area of a bush lodge. Watch.. Photo: video screenshot

Leopard does ‘last-minute checks’

It definitely is a wild, wild world out here in South Africa sometimes – especially when a leopard just casually strolls through the outside entertainment area of a bush lodge.

Just imagine you get ready to sit down for afternoon sundowners by the pool in your luxury safari villa when all of a sudden, a leopard comes strolling through. That’s exactly what happened at the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve recently, when a leopard was seen meandering about.

Luckily, there were no guests around outside at that exact moment, but someone did manage to capture the moment on camera from inside the villa.

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In the Instagram video posted by Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, captured by Retha Cooke, the big cat was seen sauntering pass the pool and outside lounge area, before exiting through a fence.

Captioned “While doing final checks on a Luxury Villa at Bush Lodge, it was not just our staff ensuring everything was in place for guest arrivals…”, it really does look like the leopard was doing last-minute checks.

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Take a look

The video has since had over 70 000 views, almost 6 000 likes and over 150 comments, with Instagram users wowed by the footage of the leopard.

@birgitbachmeier said: “Safari Lodge Goals”.

“Just the neighbour’s (well fed) cat, coming to say hi ๐Ÿ˜œ” @kaaarintje joked.

@bethanywillefor added: “The best welcome!!”.

Others pointed out that the creature was marking its territory.

“Quick Spritz of ‘Eau de Tigre'” @madderampling said.

@mllycraine1 added: “Marking the territory ๐Ÿ˜ฎ”

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