Private Game Lodge in the malaria free Waterberg, South Africa.
Leobo Private Reserve lies within the dramatic and malaria-free Waterberg Mountains of Northern South Africa.
The Observatory is staffed by a butler, maid and chef, as well as a host couple and a team of safari guides. The entirely private 20,000 acre reserve has plenty of plains game to admire, as well as hippo, crocodiles, buffalo, and wonderful bird life. There is a host of vehicles from which to explore the reserve from a game viewing vehicle, to quad bikes, horses and mountain bikes. There is also fishing equipment and kayaks for the river.
The house has numerous dining areas, an exciting roof top bar and Jacuzzi, a sophisticated library, and the star attraction, a research grade observatory with a 20 inch telescope. With no light pollution in The Waterberg, the astronomy is mind blowing.
The name of the game at Leobo is fun. It is lavish and luxurious and invites decadent relaxation, but for the adventurous and fun loving, the opportunities are endless and the possibilities beyond your wildest imagination.
Leobo perfectly suits two couples with their children and a nanny or teenager, or a multi-generational family. The house sleeps up to 6 adults and 3 children, and there are 9 overspill chalets on the reserve for larger groups. (can sleep up to 25 adults in total)
The rate includes all accommodation, activities and food and beverages.
- Check In2:00 PM
- Check Out10:00 AM
- Max Guests6 adults, 3 children
- Min Stay3 nights
- 24-hr Security
- Swimming Pool