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Leobo Lodge

The Waterberg, South Africa

Bring your family to Leobo Lodge for a malaria-free safari and an action-packed itinerary which will keep even the most demanding toddlers and teens busy.

Leobo Lodge is perched on an escarpment with views across the Leobo Private Reserve. The nine chalets accommodate up to 20 people exclusively, making this the perfect place to visit with a large group of family or friends. If you have more than 20, there is an additional space; the ultimate in exclusive luxury, the Observatory Private Villa is an architectural masterpiece with butler service, an infinity pool and a rooftop jacuzzi. True to its name, the villa is complete with an observatory for uninterrupted views of the night sky.

The nine private cottages each have 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 roaring campfire; it’s a fabulous place to relax.
 
At Leobo you’ll never be bored! There are game drives, quad biking, clay pigeon shooting, horseback riding, fishing, and even helicopter flights and skydiving! Avid swimmers have a choice of a heated pool built into the side of the mountain, as well as wild swimming in the freshwater dam, complete with a waterfall. Younger children are also well catered: they can swim in the lake, sleep out in the tree house over the resident hippo pod (with a guide of course), or head out on a bug walk. Following animal tracks with an expert guide will appeal to guests of all ages.