Leobo Private Reserve provides two very different accommodation options. For those seeking the utmost indulgence, The Observatory offers an over the top, decadent experience. Designed by award-winning architects and accommodating up to nine guests, this state-of-the-art private house features lavish interiors, numerous open spaces for relaxing in, a heated infinity pool, a rooftop terrace with a Jacuzzi and an automated observatory for the ultimate stargazing. There is a self-contained nursery and the house comes with the services of a butler, maid and private chef.
Leobo Lodge offers more of a classic African experience for up to 18 guests in eight beautifully designed chalets with magnificent views across the bush. Each chalet features an en-suite bathroom with doors opening onto a private deck. Rooms accommodating children are available on request. The main lodge has open fireplaces, plenty of space to relax and a swimming pool. Dining is a highlight and the food is top notch. Enjoy bush breakfasts, traditional braais or dining on the enormous deck as you look out across the bush.
There is an extensive range of activities on offer at Leobo and these can be as relaxed or as energetic as you choose. Go on game drives on quad bikes and horse riding safaris; camp by the hippo pools; take a helicopter ride over the plains; or simply laze on a daybed and look out over the valley.
Accommodation at Leobo Private Reserve is rented out exclusively and can accommodate up to 27 guests in total.
Leobo Private Reserve Information
- Location: 3.5 hours drive from Johannesburg
- Accommodation: 8 cottages and a private villa (The Observatory)
- Activities: Quad bike, starlight safaris, helicopter tours, clay pigeon shooting, sky diving,
- Facilities: Swimming pool, fire pit, restaurant
- Weather: The best months to travel are between November and May
- Children: Welcome
- Price Guide: From USD 1085 for 3 nights in a One Bedroom Hillside Cottage including return airport transfers for two pax (Shoulder Season)
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