Leobo is state-of-the-art, and the ultimate in private luxury at the Waterberg Malaria free zone.

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 six adults and four children, and there are eight overspill chalets on the reserve that can be utilised for larger groups. Activities include game drives, hippo camping, quad biking, horse riding, bass fishing, shooting, helicopter flying, and of course phenomenal astronomy from the research grade telescope.

A host of toys such as helicopters, quad bikes, a Polaris buggy, horses, kayaks, fishing and mountain bikes.

No dangerous game on the property allows for freedom of activities, and when guests want to see the Big Five we can take them to a neighbouring property for a drive.
Open all year round.
The Observatory has two master suites, one smaller double, and one triple bunk bed. The Lodge has five double chalets, two twin chalets, and one kids chalet with two bunkbeds. All rooms are en-suite.
There is no age limit.