Visit the South African Neverland at Leobo Private Reserve
If Neverland were set in South Africa, it would look like this. A three-hour drive north of Johannesburg, the Reserve’s 23,000 acres contain eight cottages that can sleep 18, making it ideal for families. Your group has the run of the place, and the motto is: “You can do anything--just ask.” Sleep in a tree house above a hippo hangout. See giraffes, wildebeests, and zebras by ATV, horseback, or helicopter. Go fishing, shoot clay pigeons, even don a space suit for a “star safari” at the on-site observatory. From $2,790, all-inclusive, based on eight adults.
This appeared in the August/September 2015 issue.