Leobo Private Reserve is situated in the Waterberg region of South Africa, a 12,000-acre malaria-free reserve overlooking the Palala Valley. Playful is what Leobo is; a vast nature-reserve, teeming with plains game and birdlife.
Leobo, which is the name for chameleon in Northern Sotho, is a fitting name for a property that, just like this enchanting creature, allows its guests to change their day at the drop of a hat and be accommodated by the most obliging staff!
The reserve is only available on an exclusive basis and guests can choose between staying at the Lodge, which sleeps 18 and offers a classic African experience, or at The Observatory, a state-of-the-art private house.
The Observatory, designed by award-winning architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens, 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.
All bedrooms and bathrooms are luxurious spaces.
The heated infinity pool provides stunning views of the valley.
A flight of stairs will take you to the sun deck. With its comfortable sofas, it is a wonderful place to enjoy a drink. On cooler evenings, you can relax in the jacuzzi and take in the panoramic views of the Palala Valley.