Leobo Private Reserve is an exclusive, luxury bush retreat situated in the Waterberg region of South Africa. The reserve is only available on an exclusive use basis and guests can enjoy an array of activities, all arranged for them at the drop of a hat.
Offers a huge range of activities to suit all ages from quad bike and horse riding safaris to star gazing and fishing
The perfect safari for those guests wanting to visit a Malaria-free area, set within a 20,000-acre reserve in the Waterberg region
For larger groups or multi-generational families, Leobo is available on a completely exclusive basis and can sleep up to 27 guests
State-of-the-art private observatory house and self-contained nursery room for children
Leobo Private Reserve is a vast nature reserve located within the malaria-free Waterberg region of South Africa. The Waterberg is a hugely diverse environment offering an abundance of wildlife and is rich in archaeological history. It is considered to be one of the geological wonders of the world. Set within 12,000 acres and overlooking the Palala Valley, Leobo Private Reserve can offer guests a unique holiday experience.
Leobo Reserve is fantastic for groups and families alike and what makes Leobo unique is that the reserve is rented out on an exclusive basis only. It is your playground for the duration of your stay and what a playground it is. Leobo offers guests an extensive range of activities from quad biking to helicopter rides and sky diving, to star gazing from the observatory telescope and games drives throughout the day. Malaria-free and with an abundance of activities for children, Leobo Private Reserve works particularly well for a family safari.
When to visit
Leobo Private Reserve is situated in the Waterberg region of South Africa, in a malaria-free, 12,000-acre reserve overlooking the Palala Valley.
South African Birding
The Waterberg is home to an incredible diversity of bird species. Besides residents, migratory species move through during the rains and the escarpment cliffs are home to the world's largest breeding colony of the critically endangered Cape Vulture.