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Enjoy the sights, sounds, and experiences of the Mokolodi Nature Reserve when you book to stay in any one of our five comfortable, self-catering bush chalets overlooking a waterhole in the heart of the Reserve.
Chalets include: 2 x Single Room/Small Chalet (maximum 2 adults and 1 child)
3 x Double Room/Standard Family Chalet (maximum 4 adults and 4 children)The chalets are equipped with the following: crockery, cutlery, linen and braai area with grid. In addition, the chalets have electrictiy and include items such as a kettle, electric hot water geyser, fan, gas stove and fridge. Each chalet has its own private outside seating area and fire place (firewood is available to purchase at reception).

Kindly note that all of the chalets are self-catering, and guests should please bring their own food and drinks.

Check-in time is from 12h00 until 18h00, and check-out time is 10h00.

Please note that baboons do pass through the chalet area and as such, food and drink items should be well secured (windows closed when chalets are not occupied). Please also ensure that outdoor bins are secured.


For the more adventurous traveller seeking a truly authentic bush-experience in the Reserve, we also offer five exclusive campsites (with a maximum of eight guests per campsite). Each site is located to offer privacy and has shade throughout the year.

The campsites are completely self-catering, guests must please bring their own food, drinks and camping equipment. Each campsite has its own flush toilet, “donkey boiler” heated outdoor shower, braai area with grid, dustbin and a washbasin. Firewood is available to purchase at reception.

Check-in time is from 12h00 until 18h00, and check-out time is 10h00.

Please note that baboons do pass through the campsites and as such, food and drink items should be well secured. It is advised that no food is stored within the tents.

McCall Smith camp

The camp was built with funds donated by the famous author Alexander McCall Smith and resembles a traditional Tswana thatched hutted dwelling. This self-catering accommodation, located in the south of the Reserve (away from the main chalets), offers up-close game viewing and a unique, rustic African experience for visitors.

The camp offers five individual huts and bookings include all five (5) units. Please note that the camp is completely self-catering, therefore guests must please bring their own bedding, food and drinks as if one were camping. The camp has running water, flush toilets, a “donkey boiler”, heated outdoor showers and braai area with braai grid.Please note that baboons do pass through the camp and as such, food and drink items should be well secured.

  • %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  We spent a full day driving all of the roads, seeing very few animals (yes, including birds) but what bothered us the most was that the roads were so terrible… read more

    Jurgen B

    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  We had a lovely visit (with a vehicle to ourselves) accompanied by our lady game ranger. We didn’t see as much as we had hoped but not for want… read more


    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  Was on a game drive but only saw Impala and Kudo but the Bush Braai was excellent and the young girl who was our guide was first class. Well worth… read more

    Ramsay M

    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  As we entered we saw a huge Giraffe then plenty of Imphala’s some Zebras, wild beast,water hog Kudus some birds and some Hen like variety.The Lady Guide explained each… read more

  • %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  My colleagues who have been to Botswana for work told me I must go there afterwork one day. It was okay but just okay. The only animals we… read more


    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  We arranged for an afternoon two hour game drive. The disappointing aspect was the lack of animals that we were unable to see. It was afternoon, it was… read more

    Elise J

    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  We have the 2 hours game drive. All the staff was very friendly and the service and food at the restaurant was great. When my wife or any other… read more


    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  We had a wonderful game drive with a very friendly driver – followed this up with dinner at the restaurant while our child played in the Playarea. Staff were very… read more

  • %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  I have spent New Years Eve at Mokolodi a few time now, love the peace and quiet and watching the sunset over the waterhole that the chalets overlook. There is… read more


    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  We saw quite a few animals like Zebras Giraffe. Kudu Impala Monkeys N some nice birds. The only bad things is that it was very hot and the rooms don’t… read more

    aisha b

    %Mokolodi Nature %Reserve  Time of visit few animals, was told in the winter months there are more animals. Best time to visit June to August.


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