Molori Safari Lodge is an ultra-exclusive safari lodge located on a 90 hectare plot in the malaria-free 75,000 hectare Madikwe Game Reserve, close to the border of Botswana and 400 km northwest of Johannesburg. Madikwe Game Reserve is one of South Africa’s top wildlife destinations offering the chance to see a variety of game including Africa’s ‘big five’. The lodge’s guests have included politicians, statesmen, and celebrities including, to name but a few, Nelson Mandela, Nicholas Cage, and Kate Moss.
The stone, thatch, and wood built lodge consists of a shared communal area and 5 individually named suites. The Lodge also houses a restaurant, pool, viewing and dining decks, bar, wine cellar, spa, steam room, and a hot tub. All suites have their own infinity swimming pools and terraces. The individually named suites are: Metsi, Molelo, Lesedi, Ngwedi, and Sepheri. Metsi (593sqm) and Molelo (619sqm) serve as presidential suites, with Metsi consisting of a lounge, dining room, library, office, a separate bathroom, private deck, and an infinity pool. The two-bedroom Molelo suite has similar amenities and the other three suites, though slightly smaller (232sqm – 315sqm), are equally beautiful and are equipped with similar facilities.
Molori's cuisine is under the direction of gourmet chefs inspired by both Eastern and Western influences and combines the best of local produce and international trends. The finest South African wines and top-shelf liquors accompany all meals – the lodge also has a spectacular collection of fine imported wines and special vintage whiskeys and cognacs available for guests at an additional cost.
Activities offered by Molori Safari are diverse, satisfying your hunger for adventure and your yearning to connect with nature and your inner world. Activities include game drives, wild dog tracking, bush walks, super seven by night, rhino tagging and stargazing. Wellness activities include spa treatments, a sauna and steam room, heated spa baths, plunge pools and private swimming pools. There is also a junior ranger programme for children, culinary classes and an array of dining experiences to choose from.
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