Leobo Private Reserve
Limpopo Province, South Africa
Leobo Private Reserve is not like any other game lodge. Available only on an exclusive use basis, the entire 12,000 acres of pristine African wilderness is totally private and yours to enjoy. The main house is simply stunning. Think of a James...
Destination Guide: Limpopo Province
About Limpopo Province
Previously known as the Northern Province, Limpopo Province in South Africa is an area of stunning and contrasting landscapes, typical of Africa. The province borders Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to is the regarded as the gateway to the rest of Africa.
The eastern region of Limpopo Province lies in the impressive Kruger National Park, which is a nature reserve full of African wildlife. It is also a wilderness after of great natural beauty where you can discover ancient forests, brilliant birding and traces of early human kind.
It would be impossible to speak of the Limpopo province without mentioning The Waterberg. The Waterberg is a beautiful and mountainous area of approximately 14,500 square kilometers in north Limpopo Province. The average height of the mountain range is 600m with a few peaks rising up to 1400m above sea level. The elaborate rock formations were shaped by hundreds of millions of years of river erosion, making a spectacular landscape to explore. Within the Waterberg there are archaeological finds dating to the Stone Age, and nearby are early evolutionary finds related to the origin of humans.
The iconic property of Leobo Private Reserve is found in the Limpopo province and is a 3 hour drive north of Johannesburg. Vaalwater town is Leobo’s closest supply town and located 20 minutes away.
Best places to eat and drink in Limpopo Province
A diverse history and mix of cultures from Africa, the East and Europe makes South African cuisine a taste adventure.
Whilst in Leobo Private reserve you are bound to experience Afro-fusion meals, with the use of local, fresh ingredients.
Best time to visit Limpopo Province
Travelling to Limpopo Province can be enjoyed at any time of the year, as each season has its own range of highlights.
The wet and rainy season, is when the surroundings are lush and green and is when South Africa is in its summer. The optimum time for game viewing is during the dry season of South Africa between May and August.
November to December is when conditions are quite hot and humid. From January to April, although still hot, the conditions begin to wind down. May to June is when the National park is devoid of any green and it is in prime winter season. During June to August it is extremely cold and dry and it when games viewing is at its optimum. And from September to October is when Spring starts to arrive and temperatures begin to rise.
What we love about Limpopo Province
We love the sheer rugged beauty of this vast wilderness.
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