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Leobo Private Reserve

 
Leobo Private Reserve is located in the malaria free Waterberg region of South Africa, just a few convenient hours from Johannesburg. This is an exclusive-use, adventure playground, perfect for large family getaways or groups of friends. The 12,000-acre reserve spans rivers and lakes, rolling valleys and jagged escarpments.
Pool by lodge with sun loungers

Exclusive-use luxury safari lodge

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Communal firepit at night at Leobo Lodge

Exclusive-use luxury safari lodge

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Interior looking out across valley at Leobo Lodge

Exclusive-use luxury safari lodge

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You’ll stay in one of nine chalets. The lodge comfortably accommodates groups of up to 20—if you have more in your party, we’ll also book you The Observatory, which can take on additional guests. Built over two levels there is plenty of indoor and outdoor space for everyone to spread out. Enjoy meals together, either indoors or outdoors, while the sunken fire pit is perfect for sharing stories and drinks. Children and adults alike will love the heated swimming pool, masterfully built right into the side of a mountain!
Helicopter over giraffe on Leobo Private Reserve

Thrilling activities on land, water and air

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Kayaking on river safari at Leobo

Thrilling activities on land, water and air

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Leobo's Waterberg wildlife warthog family trotting down road

Thrilling activities on land, water and air

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There are absolutely no time frames at Leobo, the reserve is yours to explore in the company of expert guides. Big Five game drives are just one of the activities offered on the ground. Go off-road on quad bikes or take the Polaris for a spin through the mud. More laid back are target shooting and yoga or fishing and kayaking on the water. The sky offers even more options: jump in a helicopter for aerial safaris, picnics, paintballing—even skydiving if you dare!
Kids playing and horse on safari Leobo Lodge

Nobody is too young for adventure

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Family having fun in a river

Nobody is too young for adventure

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Quad biking by clear lake

Nobody is too young for adventure

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Younger children are also well catered for at Leobo, with plenty of guides to tailor each day to everyone in the group. They know that kids like to get out and explore, and the smallest of adventures can be great fun. Swimming in the lake, climbing ant hills, heading out on a bug walk or following animal tracks—youngsters will go to bed each night dreaming of all their exciting outdoor escapades.
Leobo lodge observatory

Under the Stars

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Leobo lodge raised platform viewing deck over lake at sunset

Under the Stars

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Arial view of Leobo lodge highlighting the observatory

Under the Stars

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If you have aspiring astronomers in your group, Leobo is the place to stay. The reserve is so remote that light pollution is almost non-existent, making night sky staggering in scale. Your guide will take you up to the Observatory for a revolving, cosmic safari, showing you distant constellations and even the sun’s surface. If you want to go deeper, we’ll arrange for expert astronomer Dr Philip Calcott to present a world-class cosmic lecture, just for your group. Another exciting nocturnal activity is to spend a night outdoors at the hippo deck. This raised, lakeside viewing deck is the perfect place to watch and listen as ‘river horses’ come ashore to graze in the cool night air.
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