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Unwind in the African Bushveld

Nestling in the foothills of the acclaimed UNESCO Waterberg Biosphere in Limpopo, Legôla Private Wildlife Reserve is an exclusive 6500-hectare private game reserve north-west from Gauteng in the Limpopo Province




blue wildebeest




steen buck

and Explore

the meaning of life...

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Legôla Wildlife Sanctuary was founded on the premise of developing and maintaining South African wildlife as a sanctuary for animals. Come enjoy a family weekend away, a corporate team building event or a hunting weekend under the African sky.

Legôla Private Wildlife Reserve offers different accommodation options. Accommodation in different locations, offers an African charm accommodating groups or couples.

Vast, peaceful and incredibly beautiful, the Waterberg region is a fascinating destination with a rich cultural legacy and heritage coupled with a natural splendour that is particularly appealing to those in need of a place to unwind.



A stunning waterhole is situated close by the self catering chalets and is frequented by the game species affording guests wonderful sightings whilst enjoying a drink on their private terrace overlooking the waterhole.

Relax around the campfire with a unique African sunset as a backdrop. Enjoying a “braai” under the African night-sky is something that all guests visiting South Africa should experience.

Hunting Safari

Hunting Safari

Legôla provides a family-friendly hunting environment and promotes responsible hunting and conservation. Various field cameras are installed on the estate, monitoring wildlife, activity, and stock availability.

Legôla offers a family-friendly hunting environment. We specialise in rifle and bowhunting. Two professional hunters (PH) are available to ensure a pleasant hunting experience.

Photographic Safaris

Photographic Safaris

Private photographic safaris are available at Legôla. The following species of game roam freely and unhindered on the farm: Leopard, Buffalo, Sable, Brown Hyena, Eland, Kudu, Oryx, Giraffe, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest, Waterbuck, Impala, Klipspringer, Steenbuck, Warthog, Bushpig, Aardvark, Porcupine and smaller animals such as the Tortoise and Dassie.

In addition to the larger animals the bird life is prolific. There are about 350 bird species found in the Waterberg region – almost 40% of Southern Africa’s list.

“If we were meant to stay in one place, we’d have roots instead of feet.”

Rachel Wolchin