The luxurious and extravagant Leobo Private Reserve is situated in the Waterberg region, one of the most scenic and wildlife rich areas in South Africa.
Among the beautiful hills and mountains of the Waterberg region there is evidence of human living dating back thousands of years. Waterberg region is considered one of the geological wonders of the world and the first region in the northern part of South Africa to be named as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
Leobo Private Reserve is a 12,000-acre malaria-free reserve overlooking the Palala Valley. Its name means chameleon in Northern Sotho, and this is actually the main quality of the place. Because the reserve is only rented on an exclusive basis, guests can do anything they want on the duration of their stay. Here, there is no time constraints and no rules.
Besides the unparalleled luxury and delicious food, Leobo Private Reserve is a space of fun. Guests can choose from an endless list of activities like: quad biking, mountain bikes, motor bikes, helicopters,clay shooting, fishing, dirt buggies, horses and so on.
Leobo Private Reserve is composed by two independent buildings: the Observatory and the Leobo Lodge. Guests can choose to book one of them, or both. The Observatory is a state-of-the-art private house that can accommodate a maximum of 9 people, while Leobo Lodge offers a classic African experience for a maximum of 18 people.
The Observatory is ideal for couples or for families. The house is a real masterpiece designed by award-winning architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens. Every part of The Observatory was designed to offer a unique experience, but the main attraction is the two-level library set in a tower. The place has a domed roof which opens up the sky to a 20 inch telescope and for the full effect guests can even try the space suits available for them.
Leobo Private Reserve is a place that enables you to feel a small part of the South Africa soul, as well as a way to rediscover yourself.
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