Leobo – Luxury Safari Lodge With Magical Surroundings

The magnificent complexs are built for people who require refinement and impeccable service. Those resorts are very welcoming places. Such a unique private reserve is “Leobo” situated in the beautiful, natural environment Waterberg in South Africa.

The main attraction of this place is the observatory to which access have only the richest guests that are coming. This reservat is available for exclusive clients, who can choose whether they will be placed in the lodge or the Observatory. Besides the magical surroundings, the Leobo is simply breathtaking. It looks like part of the films of James Bond, located in the wild wasteland.

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This luxury safari lodge, called Leobo, from 12,000 hectares in a very safe region of Africa offers you the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the wild in complete isolation from the modern world and the noise, but without giving up from luxury amenities. The main house is impressive and it is designed by architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens. It is a true work of art with the watchtower from which you can observe the stars. The house offers a lot of fun, but what interests all the visitors is the vast space filled with wildlife and the opportunity to be approached in different ways.

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For the guests are offered comfortable rooms, bar, restaurant, swimming pool and attendants who are available 24 hours a day. In the vicinity of the Leobo is located spacious ground created for entertainment activities. There you can drive mopeds with four-wheel, you can ride horses, ride a bike through mountain scenery or to enjoy fishing and observed wildlife. One of the favorite places for visitors is the library on two levels, located in the tower with a curved roof and opens to the sky with the help of a very powerful telescope.

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