Wildlife viewing in South Africa does not get any better than this, and leopard viewing probably does not get better than this anywhere in Africa. Sabi Sands, just outside Kruger National Park, boasts all of the Big Five as well as many other species of interest, including African wild dogs, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras and a wide variety of antelopes. Sightings are limited to two or three cars, so there is never a sense of being crowded, although the lack of vast, untouched lanscapes and the 15-minute viewing times (if other cars are waiting) diminishes the sense of wilderness somewhat. Walking safaris are possible, as are night drives. But the highlight for most visitors is the leopards. Through a careful process of habituation starting with a single female at Londolozi in the 1970s, many of the leopards in Sabi Sands are largely unconcerned by the presence of vehicles. This allows for some incredible sightings, and a chance to see otherwise rare behaviour such as mating or mother-offspring interaction. Sabi Sands also offer plenty of opportunities to get close and personal with rhinos, lions and wild dogs, and if your goal is to see lots of wildlife in a short amount of time there is probably nowhere better in South Africa.