First and foremost

This is a Wildlife Sanctuary.

Legola Wildlife Reserve was founded on the premise of developing and maintaining Siuth African wildlife as a sanctuary for animals. The following species of game roam freely and unhindered on the farm:

Leopard (7) Eland (107) Zebra (122) Klipspringer (10)
Buffalo (94) Kudu (114) Blue Wildebeest (177) Steenbuck (16)
Sable (60) Oryx (15) Waterbuck (28) Warthog (94)
Brown Hyena (18) Giraffe (89) Impala (930) Bushpig (18)
Aardvark Porcupine Aardwolf (18) Gold Wildebeest (13)
Bush Buck (34) Duiker (17) Emu (6) Jakkals (16)
King Wildebeest (4) Crocodile Njala (153) Rhino (14)
Rhebok (30) Red Hartbees (12) Lynx (8) Black Impala (13)
Saddleback Impala (30) Ostritch (10)

This list also includes 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.

First and foremost

This is a Wildlife Sanctuary.

Legola Wildlife Reserve is owned by the Liebenberg Family. It is our family’s dream to develop and maintain the farm as a sanctuary for our animals. The following species of game roam freely and unhindered on the farm:

Leopard Oryx Klipspringer
Buffalo Giraffe Steenbuck
Sable Zebra Warthog
Brown Hyena Blue Wildebeest Bushpig
Eland Waterbuck Aardvark
BKudu Impala Porcupine

This list also includes 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.

Stay with us and explore the meaning of life...

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

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.

Accommodation

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

Hunting Safari

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

Legola offers a family friendly hunting environment. We specialize in rifle and bow hunting. Two professional hunters (PH) are available to ensure a pleasant hunting experience.

Hunting Safari

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

Legola offers a family friendly hunting environment. We specialize in rifle and bow hunting. Two professional hunters (PH) are available to ensure a pleasant hunting experience.

Photographic Safaris

Private photographic safaris are available at Legola. 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.

Conservation News

Keep up to date with our version of the latest news within and around our area.

Frozen sperm from a dead male has been used to create an embryo which, it is hoped, will be carried by a surrogate. Researchers say they have successfully created another embryo of the nearly extinct northern white rhino in a global effort to keep the species alive. Just two members of the subspecies remain, and […]

Look at what our camera’s at the waterhole captured. A “selfie” straight from the farm. The photo is from video footage received on 07/08/2019.

Arthur Rudman, veteran game rancher and member of the Professional Hunters’ Association of South Africa and Wildlife Ranching South Africa, speaks to Roelof Bezuidenhout about the future of the hunting industry in this country and across the continent. What is the state of trophy hunting in Africa? Now that game ranching has stabilised and auction […]