Mokolodi Nature Reserve Botswana – is a private not-for-profit game reserve in southern Botswana. Founded in 1994 by The Mokolodi Wildlife Foundation, it is situated on 30 km sq. of donated land 10 km south of the capital Gaborone
The Mokolodi Nature Reserve is open to the public every day of the week.
Summer time: 07h00 until 18h30 (September – April)
Winter time: 07h30 until 18h00 (May – August
Join our qualified guides on a variety of game unique perspective on viewing some of the reserve’s species. Rhinos, giraffe’s, birds and beautiful trees can be seen
Take a two-hour night drive in an open game drive vehicle through the Mokolodi Nature Reserve.
Track rhino on foot accompanied by one of our guides and a member from our conservation team. Two to six guests will spend approximately 3 – 5 hours exploring the Reserve (depending on conditions and the rhino tracks). Includes a bush picnic. Minimum age 14 years
Track giraffe accompanied by one of our guides and a member from our conservation team. Two to ten guests will spend approximately 3 – 5 hours exploring the Reserve – depending on the conditions and tracks. The activity is followed by a bush picnic. Minimum age of 14 years
CYCLING IN THE PARK
Enjoy a cycle ride around the Reserve on one of our three cycle routes that cater for beginners and the more experienced mountain bike riders. The routes take riders through a variety of vegetation types and offers an unparalleled way to view the Reserve’s wildlife.
The entrance to the reserve is 12km south of Gaborone. By public transport, take a bus to Lobatse and get off at the signposted turn-off. From there, it’s a 1.5km walk to the entrance
You can also take a private car to access the park
You can go wildlife watching in Mokolodi at practically any time of year. The weather is rarely extreme, and the reserve is small enough to be easily navigable. It’s only when the rains arrive (October to April) that game drives may be challenged by the odd downpour and degraded roads.