The H12 Leshiba way

The H12 Leshiba Way is the way of the artist, the way of the traveller looking for a different experience. The way of the poet in search of inspiration. The stargazer, the lover. A place for families to connect with each other and nature in all her abundance.

Come find YOUR WAY at H12 Leshiba ON TOP of the Soutpansberg Mountains in Limpopo, South Africa.

Our accommodation

H12 Leshiba is a world renowned ‘bucket list’ destination. Multi award winning, featured on the cover of Getaway magazine and in Africa’s Finest - best eco lodges on the continent and Fair Trade in Tourism accredited. Rest assured :) our creatively designed nature friendly accommodation will transcend your expectations.

  • Venda Village Lodge

    Venda Village Lodge

    2 pax per room 8 pax total + 1 single

    An original African fairytale…
  • Luxury suits

    Luxury Suites

    sleeps 2 people sharing

    A hideaway for two
  • Hamasha Bushcamp

    Hamasha Bush Camp

    sleeps 8 people sharing

    Wild, remote and wonderful
  • Indigenous Knowledge Centre


    sleeps 16 to 28 people sharing

    Learn, share, discover
H12 Leshiba is accredited by:
Eco atlas ethical directory Sustainable tourism international Fair trade in tourism
  • This is our third stay at H12 Leshiba and every time we visit we forget how wonderful a place it really is. We are always amazed at just how relaxing it is and enjoy the trails.

    Jane and Graham Walker |  Suffolk UK
  • Fabulous to be here not just for the beauty but for the deeper understanding of the area given to us by Peter on his two walks. Such a wealth of knowledge garnered through experience and enthusiasm is rare. We shall return more in touch with our country and its past.

    Josephine Fraser and Leslie Witz | 
  • I had heard so much about H12 Leshiba I thought it was certain to be an anti-climax. But it exceeded my expectations. The trees were marvelous and the atmosphere was Areadian. This is a private paradise. A million thanks. I long to return. PS I can’t leave without saying that I think all the sculptures and design work by Noria Mabasa are quite stunning.

    Thomas Pakenham |