In pristine nature, in Waterberg region of South Africa, you’ll find remarkable Leobo Private Reserve. This 12,000-acre luxury safari lodge in the malaria-free region offers opportunity to enjoy the beauty of wildlife in complete isolation from the outside world, without giving up modern amenities. This private game reserve offers luxury accommodation, including butlers and a private chef, plus it is fantastically well equipped for fun. There is the endless list of activities on offer: Choose from quad biking, an exhilarating cross country polaris drive, hippo camping or meet a crocodile called Stevie.
The star attraction is The Observatory, an exclusive-use property suitable for up to 9 guests (6 adults and 3 children). Designed by Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens, the interiors are full of ingenuity and one-of-a-kind artefacts. The pièce de la resistance is the two-level library set in a tower with a domed roof which opens up the sky to a 20 inch telescope – there are even space suits for the full effect.
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.
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!