Leopard Village is a community-run, socio-economic development initiative promoting cultural and wildlife conservation through ecotourism. Located near the village of Muhokya, it sits on 3 acres bordering the northern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Visitors can tour replicas of traditional huts, watch traditional performances, purchase handicrafts, engage in conversations with villagers about their experiences living next to the park, visit local schools, and have discussions with carnivore researchers.