PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Molori Safari is an exclusive, uber chic five suite safari lodge in the malaria-free, big five, Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.
  • The most luxurious safari experience in South Africa.
  • Incredible game viewing with expert guides.
  • In the malaria free Madikwe Game Reserve.
  • Each enormous suite as its own private plunge pool and terrace.
  • Use their automatic, digital telescope for amazing star gazing.
  • View amazing game from the deck at night with their night vision goggles.
  • The lounge area at Molori offers a stylish place to relax between activities and enjoy the remarkable scenery.
  • Meals are prepared by internationally-trained chefs using the freshest, locally-sourced organic ingredients.
  • Dining beneath the African night sky is always an unforgettable experience.
  • The lodge offers breathtaking views of an expansive valley and the Dwarsberg Mountains, as well as an abundance o f bird life and game.
  • Each of Molori Safari Lodge’s five suites are uniquely decorated and generously spaced apart for absolute privacy.

EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE

We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.

ACTIVITIES:


Molori's Guides

Engage with our three highly qualified and award winning guides. Molori Safari’s guiding team comprising John D (head guide), Obakeng (Ob) and Jerry, have accumulated a wealth of knowledge in their many years as guides, most of which have been within the boundaries of the magnificent Madikwe Game Reserve. All share a love for the bush and a passion for exploration and discovery which they take delight in sharing with Molori’s guests.



Game Drives

Discover adventure and connect to the wild on a Molori Safari game drive. Game drives take place during the day and at night in open 4×4 vehicles, safely accompanied by an experienced and armed guide. During the drive, your Molori game field guide will share his wealth of knowledge while tracking the Big Five and other endangered species like wild dog and cheetah whilst also uncovering the many hidden facets of the African bush. Equally exciting, the night drives reveal an array of nocturnal wildlife, including leopard, honeybadger and smaller members of the cat family. A whole new world awaits you.



Bush Tracking

For close encounters with nature, Molori Safari offers guided game walks and the exhilarating experience of tracking animals on foot. On this experience you’ll immerse yourself in the rhythms of nature, opening up your senses to reveal an ancient language heard by animal trackers through the ages. Follow your guide as he reveals the big and small wonders of the African bush, its creatures, medicinal plants, hidden treasures and more.



Super Seven by Night

Discover nocturnal adventure on a night drive tracking Madikwe’s Super Seven. Using hi-tech torches, you have the rare opportunity to see into the nocturnal world of lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, rhinoceros, wild dog and cheetah. A whole new dimension is revealed on this exhilarating experience.


Rhino Tagging

Molori Safari is involved in rhino conservation efforts and guests can by arrangement be part of an extraordinary hands-on rhino tagging experience – involving the notching, DNA sampling and micro chipping of the rhino’s horns. Guests can work on the ground with the vet and ecologist, in close proximity to the sedated rhino, or take to the air in a helicopter during the rhino search. The rhino tagging conservation experience is charged as a separate cost and must be arranged a week in advance.



Wild Dog Expedition

Madikwe Game Reserve is home to the endangered wild dog, the second most endangered carnivore in Africa after the Ethiopian wolf, with the current population of wild dogs in South Africa estimated at less than 400. The Molori Safari wild dog expedition shares with guests the intensive push to conserve and protect these amazing animals for future generations. Guests spend an early morning tracking down the Madikwe wild dog pack and learn about the pack’s strictly defined social hierarchy, the bonds between members and their superb, cooperative hunting techniques.



Water Hole Viewing Deck

Experience Madikwe’s wild life from the comfort of the Molori Safari viewing deck, which overlooks our own private water hole. Here creatures big and small arrive to take their fill from this oasis-like water source, providing guests with ideal game-spotting and photo-taking opportunities.



Fishing

Special nearby activities such as fishing are gladly arranged for Molori Safari guests. The Groot Marico River runs through the reserve and offers some spectacular fishing spots as well as an opportunity to see hippos. Molori Safari can arrange a fishing excursion complete with a delectable picnic basket.



Stargazing

For a more celestial experience, guests can take advantage of Molori’s observatory. With a fully retractable roof the observatory is equipped with a fully automatic, digital telescope (one of the largest privately owned telescopes in Southern Africa) to explore the cosmos and the Southern Hemisphere’s remarkable night sky.

Chat with one of our expert travel designers today to begin planning your perfect vacation

Call: +852 9465 4577

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Molori Safari Lodge Area

The word “molori” means “to dream” in seTswana and truly captures the essence of the Molori Safari, arguably South Africa’s most luxurious game lodge. This five-suite retreat, originally built as the owners’ corporate and family escape, was constructed in 2002 in the heart of the 75,000-hectare malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve. In 2007 the owners decided to open the property to the public, at which point the retreat received a complete makeover transforming it into the intimate, local-chic Lodge it is today. Situated 400kms northwest of Johannesburg in South Africa’s Northwest Province, the reserve borders Botswana.

Catering to the well-heeled, discerning traveler in search of absolute privacy, relaxation and a genuine connection to their local surroundings, Molori Safari Lodge is anything but a typical safari camp. Guests who have experienced much and expect the very best will find in Molori a retreat without the pretense – one whose essence stems from extraordinary personalised service, style and comfort. The Molori experience is about every need being anticipated from beginning to end and is continuously evolving to provide repeat guests with a fresh perspective. The lodge strives to maintain personal relationships with each guest – before, during and well after the experience.

The lodge offers five Suites and two Presidential Suites. All suites have their own infinity swimming pools and terrace overlooking the reserve which is equipped with a telescope. The suites feature Bose iPod system, espresso machine, wireless Internet, air conditioning and fully stocked minibar.

Molori Safari Lodge Molelo Presidential Suite

Molelo Presidential Suite

All suites have floor-to-ceiling retractable glass walls, which fold away completely, connecting each suite’s interior to a private deck and infinity pool. All feature indoor and outdoor showers, as well as free-standing baths, custom furniture, indoor/outdoor dining options, fireplaces, mini-bars, Bose iPod docking stations and air‐conditioning. Both presidential suites follow the indoor/outdoor style of the other suites on a grander scale. Additionally each has a kitchen and dining area, additional guest bathrooms, rim-flow bathtub, a walk-in dressing room, and a library/study.

Molori Safari Lodge Metsi Presidential Suite

Metsi Presidential Suite

The Metsi Presidential Suite contains one master bedroom and bathroom. This stunning, opulent suite mixes up contemporary design with earthy African art. The floor-to-ceiling retractable glass walls give way to a spacious wooden deck, private infinity pool, hot spa bath and alfresco outdoor dining area.

Molori Safari Lodge Sephiri Family Premier Suite

Sephiri Family Premier Suite

The split-level Sephiri suite has two bedrooms, each with their own private bathroom. It can sleep up to four guests and is ideal for families. The interesting combination of black and white finishes as well as neutral tones offset the stunning contemporary pieces while the retractable floor-to-ceiling glass doors render nature as the backdrop.

Molori Safari Lodge Lesedi Premier Suite

Lesedi Premier Suite

The beautiful Lesedi suite epitomises comfort and elegance, featuring contemporary handcrafted African pieces such as the hanging bedroom chandelier.

Molori Safari Lodge Ngwedi Premier Suite

Ngwedi Premier Suite

Ngwedi Suite offers a luxurious combination of comfort and elegance with custom-designed furniture in the large living and lounge area, also featuring an impressive floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

Meals are prepared by internationally-trained chefs using the freshest, locally-sourced organic ingredients. You may choose to accompany your meal with a fine South African or international wine. Brunch is served on the deck with a view of the waterhole and the animals that congregate here to drink. Dining beneath the African night sky is always an unforgettable experience.

Molori Safari Lodge Bush Dinners1
Molori Safari Lodge Bush Dinners

Bush Dinner

You can enjoy delightful candlelit dinners al fresco, in the formal dining room and brunch is served on the ‘Star Deck’ with a great view of the watering hole below.

Molori Safari Lodge Bar

Bar

You may choose to accompany your meal with a fine South African or international wine.

Facilities at the lodge include a spa, gym, steam room, helipad, observatory with telescope, restaurant and relaxation areas. Brunch can be enjoyed on the Star Deck overlooking the waterhole but there’s also an al fresco dining area with an authentic pizza oven, a Boma where you can enjoy a traditional South Africa braai (BBQ) and the formal dining room.

Molori Safari Lodge Pool

Pool

A special and unique feature of Molori Safari is the many pools and viewing decks which invite our guests to find some time and space all to themselves. Here they can immerse themselves in the natural surroundings and quietly focus on their inner world, getting in touch once again with what awakens and inspires the soul.

Molori Safari Lodge Spa

Spa

The tranquil Molori Safari Spa encompasses the natural peace and beauty of the surrounding African bush. Guests can select from a full suite of massage, aromatherapy and skin and body treatments. Molori Spa uses only the finest products, made from the finest plant extracts and essential oils, and without artificial colours or fragrances. Treatments can be done in the spa’s comfortable indoor rooms or in the fresh, natural setting of the spa’s outdoor deck area. Guests can also enjoy private spa treatments in their own suites.

Molori Safari Lodge Fitness Centre

Gym

The Molori Safari Fitness Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art gym equipment, including a treadmill, bike and cross-trainers. Other accessories include weights and pilates and yoga equipment. The centre also features a spacious steam room and Nordic sauna, both overlooking an inviting chiller pool.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa
Nearest Airport
Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport,  South Africa
Local Currency
South African Rand (ZAR)
Time Change
GMT +2:00
Language
Afrikaans, English
Best time to go
Best visited between October through April

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