Leobo Private Reserve is a holiday home situated in a private reserve of 12,000 ha at the Waterberg Mountains base from northern South Africa. Most people choose to get here by helicopter or small private planes. The Waterberg mountains view from the air is spectacular and the journey takes about 45 minutes. The closest international airport is Johannesburg. The guesthouse is named after a chameleon, Leobo, found in Northern Sotho. Waterberg is a diverse environment, having one of the richest fauna.
With a rich and renowned archaeological history, this region is considered to be one of the geological wonders of the world. Designed by the architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens, Leobo Private Reserve has the latest facilities and can only be booked exclusively. There is a complete team of staff who provide a luxurious stay, very pleasant and relaxing. This private property has two buildings, The Leobo Observatory and Leobo Lodge.
The Observatory, is a masterpiece, ideal for couples or for families. This remarkable house is state-of-the-art, with breath-taking views and the ultimate in luxury. Serviced by a butler, maid and chef, it also has a heated infinity pool, and a jacuzzi on the roof. There is an automated Observatory that is perfect for stargazing.
Leobo Louge, located at the top of an escarpment, is a safari lodge that can sleep up to 18 people in beautiful chalets overlooking the Palala Valley. Rooms that can accommodate children are available and the lodge is fully staffed. Meals can be enjoyed inside, on the enormous deck complete with sunken seating fire-pit, or in the Boma, where everybody eats around a fire under the stars. The Leobo Private Reserve is fantastically well equipped for fun – there are quad bikes, dirt buggies, horses, mountain bikes, motor bikes, helicopters, clay shooting, fishing and more, all to use at your leisure, with no rules or time constraints. This vacation home has an overwhelming beauty that makes you dream with your eyes open, looking at the photos. You can find more details by visiting Leobo Private Reserve website.