Designed by award winning architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens, Leobo is state-of-the-art, and the ultimate in private luxury.
Leobo Observatory is set in a private 23,000 acre game reserve within the stunning and malaria-free Waterberg Mountains of Northern South Africa.
Always booked exclusively, the house sleeps up to six adults and four children, and there are nine guest chalets on the reserve that can be utilised for larger groups or private staff. Leobo is not about safari. It's the holiday after your safari. Activities include R&R, picnics and alfresco dining, hippo camping, quad biking, horse riding, bass fishing, target shooting, helicopter paint-balling, and phenomenal astronomy from the research grade observatory dome.
Leobo launched in May 2013 and has won Best Safari House in Africa in The Safari Awards every year since. In 2017 and 2018, Leobo was awarded Best Family Safari Experience in Africa.