Leshiba is located in a valley on the plateau of the Western Soutpansberg Mountains, just 36km west of Louis Trichardt in Limpopo, South Africa.
The Soutpansberg is a range of mountains with 300 different tree species and an absolute plethora of plants, as well as being home to some pretty epic animal life. Each season brings its own beauty.
The Soutpansberg mountains are characterised by an ancient landscape. It is a magical experience to roam these hills where you can still find fossils if you know where to look! Or let the experts take you on a guided archaeological trail visiting ancient rock art sites.
While Siri may be your trusted navigator she may lead you astray in this instance so best to follow these directions to Leshiba Mountain Retreats.
Take Rissik Street all the way out of Louis Trichardt and 31km from the town you will cross over a railway line.
Carry on over the railway line for 4.7 km and you will cross over the Sand River Bridge
After the bridge +- 300m down the road you will see the Leshiba sign on the right-hand side.
Turn right onto the gravel road.
Follow all signs to Leshiba
Carry on along the gravel road. After 4 km you will come to a farmhouse on your left (A transfer can be arranged from here)
After the farmhouse, a few hundred metres up ahead, the road forks - keep to the right. Continue following the signs that say Leshiba.
When you come through the gate at the top of the mountain, stay on the main road and follow signs to Reception