Molori Safari Lodge - Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa

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Molori Safari Lodge is a luxurious private game lodge in Africa evoking the wild pulse of African nature with a style that is distinctly African. Found within the magnificent 75,000 hectare Madikwe Game Reserve, the lodge is dedicated to delivering meticulous service and attention to detail.

On your arrival at Molori Safari Lodge, the joyous songs of Africa, sung by the Molori staff, greet you. The design concept of the lodge combines private sanctuary and luxurious communal spaces. Your stay also includes all meals, soft drinks, local alcoholic beverages, laundry, two game drives per day, game reserve entrance fees and tourism levies, use of fitness center, sauna and steam room, wireless internet and transfers to and from the airstrip.

Trip Type

Romantic Getaway


Guest suite interiors are a blend of creams, streaming light and natural materials. All around you are breathtaking views to behold. Wooden decks lead out from the suites to private swimming pools and outdoor shower. Each suite has an outdoor lounge area, with ceiling fan and luxurious daybed. Suites are equipped with modern entertainment amenities such as portable DVD players and Bose iPod docking systems.


Take a dip in the stunning infinity pool, lined with shaded, luxurious day beds. Indulge in a treatment at the spa, specializing in aromatherapy and reflexology. Experience the thrill of game drives and game walks. Other fun activities include cooking classes, golf, fishing and star gazing.


Game viewing is best during winter as the grass is shorter and much of the bush loses its foliage. Summer is spectacular during rainy season when the vegetation is lush and green and there are lots of newborn animals attracting predators and the migrant birds have also returned.

Getting There

Molori Safari Lodge is fifty minutes flying time from Johannesburg. Molori Safari Lodge is found within Madikwe Game Reserve, situated in South Africa's North West Province, on the border of Botswana and on the fringe of the Kalahari Desert.