There are absolutely no time frames at Leobo, the reserve is yours to explore, in the company of knowledgeable guides, and you can do so at your leisure. Game drives in search of the reserves wildlife is just one of the activities on offer which also include quad biking, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding, fishing and at additional cost helicopter flights and sky diving.
Younger children are also well catered for at Leobo with the guides tailoring each day to suit the ages and interests of the group. They know that kids like to get out and explore and the smallest of adventures can be great fun; from swimming in the lake to climbing ant hills, heading out on a bug walk or following animal tracks, the younger members of the family will go to bed each night with a mind full of exciting outdoor escapades.
The lodge is split onto two levels and has eight bedrooms in total, each with en-suite bathrooms and a private deck overlooking the Palala Valley. Built over two levels there is plenty of indoor and outdoor space throughout the lodge with an indoor and outdoor dining area and a boma where evening meals can be enjoyed around the fire.