- The word “Molori” means “to dream” in seTswana and truly captures the essence of Molori Safari Lodge, recognized throughout the world as Southern Africa’s most luxurious game lodge.
- All suites have floor-to-ceiling retractable glass walls, which fold away completely, connecting each suite’s interior to a private deck and private infinity pool.
- Our expert, internationally trained chefs combine the freshest, home grown, organic ingredients together with your own individual requirements.
- Big FiveYes
- Off RoadYes (for Big 5 Sightings only)
- Camp FencedNo
- Child PolicyAll ages welcome
- PoolPrivate Infinity Edge Pool (Heated in Winter & Cool in Summer)
- SPAFull Spa
- Cellphone SignalYes
- Malaria AreaNo
LocationMadikwe Game Reserve
Approximately 4.5 drive from Johannesburg (430kms). Daily Shuttle Flight: OR Tambo Johanesburg Airport to Madikwe.
Ngwedi Premier Suite (1 – 2 guests)
Lesedi Premier Suite (1 – 2 guests)
Sephiri Family Premier Suite (1 – 4 guests)
Metsi Presidential Suite (1 -2 guests)
Molelo Family Presidential Suite (1 – 4 guests)
Exclusive Use of Molori Safari (1 – 14 guests)
Rates & Special Offers
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SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE USE RATES ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
- All rates are subject to availability.
- Proof of SADC residency may be required at the time of booking or upon check-in at the lodge.
- Surcharges may apply on rates over peak holiday periods and long weekends.
- Unless otherwise stated, all rates listed are based on a minimum 2 night stay. Surcharges may apply for a 1 night booking.
- Rates quoted are only applicable to South African Residents. Special discounted rates for International Residents are available on request.
- Gate Fees to be paid direct: R 180 per adult per stay & R 80 per child (under 12 years) per stay. For guests flying in, the gate fees are R 240.00 per adult per stay and R 150 per child per stay. (Rates are subject to change)
- A Madikwe Guest Conservation Contribution Fee of R 165 per adult per night & R 82.50 per child (under 12 years) per night applies. The fees are subject to change and are to be settled at the lodge direct.
- Please request a single room rate from your BushBreaks consultant.
- Children of all ages are welcome.
- Parents or guardians are responsible for the safety of their own children.
- Sephiri Premier, Metsi and Molelo Presidential suites are well suited for families with children.
- Private game drive vehicle is included when booking Molelo or Metsi Presidential Suite.
- Please contact your BushBreaks consultant for applicable child rates.
- Children 7 years and older are permitted on game drives at the discretion of the guide/ranger on duty who makes the final call.
- For families with children younger than 7 years, a private vehicle is compulsory and charged at an additional cost of ZAR 10, 500.00 per day. (Subject to change)
About Molori Safari Lodge
Molori Safari Lodge and Spa is situated in 75 000ha Madikwe Game Reserve. The lodge is situated in the North West Province that is a summer rainfall region. Summer time at Molori is definitely for those who love spending the day lounging by one of the infinity pools, sipping a cocktail and absorbing the tranquility of the surrounding views of the bushveld.
The main building has several infinity pools, surrounded by sun tanning decks. A lavish lounge together with library and a baby grand piano await you. The lodge has a library with large variety of books.
The name Molori means ‘dreamer’ or ‘a person who dreams’. This describes the lodge in its entirety, as the most exclusive private 10 bed camp in Africa.Molori is built on one of the rolling hills of the area. The main lodge, as well as all the suites and the spa are designed to look over the valley and surrounding hills.
Molori Safari Lodge provides accommodation in five unique open-air suites. All of the suites have floor-to-ceiling retractable glass walls, opening onto a private deck and swimming pool. Molori Safari comprises five unique open-air suites, thoughtfully distanced from one another to offer absolute privacy. They include: two premier suites (Ngwedi and Lesedi), one family premier suite (Sephiri) and two presidential suites (Metsi and Molelo). All suites have floor-to-ceiling retractable glass walls, opening onto a private deck and swimming pool. Additional features and amenities include: fireplace, minibar, Nespresso machine, spotter scope, wireless Internet, outdoor shower and air-conditioning. The presidential suites also feature a kitchen and dining area, a study, walk-in dressing room and guest bathroom.
Molelo Presidential Suite
The spacious Molelo Presidential Suite has two-bedrooms and combines elegance with modern African design elements.
The Molelo Presidential Suite includes a 24-hour butler and meals can be made to order.
Metsi Presidential Suite
This Suite contains one master bedroom and bathroom. This stunning, opulent suite mixes up contemporary design with earthy African art.
The Metsi Presidential Suite includes a 24-hour butler and meals can be made to order.
The Sephiri suite is split-level and has two bedrooms, each with their own private bathroom. It accommodates up to four guests and is ideal for families.
The one-bedroomed Lesedi Suite epitomises comfort and elegance. The suite features contemporary handcrafted African pieces such as a striking zebra skin chest.
The one-bedroomed Ngwedi Suite offers a luxurious combination of comfort and elegance.
About Madikwe Game Reserve
Herman Charles Bosman has woven many a tale about Abjaterskop and the Marico River . It is perhaps he that best describes the vast area where enselsberg rise from the savannahs and an area that is given life from the Marico River . This is the malaria free Madikwe Game Reserve, 75 000 hectares of unique topography and breathtaking beauty, it is also the home to the big 5, wild dog, cheetah and a large variety of mammal and bird life.
This 75 000 hectare reserve is situated in the North-West province of South Africa , on the border with Botswana . The large diversity of vegetation and ecozones allows for a rich diversity of game and bird species to inhabit the reserve.
HISTORY OF THE RESERVE
The reserve was proclaimed in August 1991, but officially became the estate of the North-West Parks Board on the 31 October 1991.
The reserve is one of very few in the world that was proclaimed purely on the grounds of it being the most appropriate sustainable land use for the area in which the reserve lies. Studies done through independent consultants clearly showed that wildlife-based tourism would be the most beneficial option for an area that was in an economic depression. The vision for Madikwe was to have a joint venture run by the North-West Parks Board, private investors and the local communities living in the surrounding area. The reserve has now become a role model for many similar ventures country wide due to the successes achieved within the reserve.
Prior to the park being proclaimed, work had already begun on clearing derelict farm buildings, fencing, and a number of alien plant species.
The park has a number of old buildings that were spared from demolition and now serve as The Parks Board headquarters. There were other game scout outposts built to house game scouts and other reserve staff. The perimeter was fenced with approximately 150km of electric game fencing, which is electrified to prevent the escape of the larger game species. In the park local business and labour was used to demolish buildings, erect fences and to construct roads, dams and lodges
- Morning & afternoon game drives
- Fitness Centre
- Star Gazing
- Cooking Classes
- Game Walks
- Golf (Sun City 90 minutes drive, 20 minutes by helicopter )
- Junior Rangers for the Children
- Personalised Services, including helicopter and private charter arrangements, personalized wildlife encounters
- Take R21 to Pretoria. Then take the N1 North to Pietersberg (Polokwane).
- Head North on the N1/N4 towards exit 148
- Toll Road 9,2km
- Take exit 156 to merge onto N4 toward Rustenburg
- Partial Toll Road 63,6km
- Take exit toward R556 North (Sun City) 550m
- Turn right onto R556
- Pass Sun City on right. Advised to fill up. 80,5km
- Turn right at R565
- Four way stop with informal shops. 8,8km
- Turn left
- Sign on your left is Bapong Mabeskraal 35km
- 2km later you will pass a sign board on your left saying Mahobieskraal – go straight.
- 14.5km later there are 2 signs on your left, one is Thakadu River Lodge and the other is Jaci’s Safari Lodge.
- Continue straight.
- Turn right at the 4 way stop at the end of Mabeskraal, towards Molatedi Village
- Gravel road to left and straight as reference. 25km
- After you have turned, there will be a green sign on your left – “Derdepoort 75km” – go straight
- Please note this stretch is full of cows, please drive carefully
- Continue straight
- Road changes from tar to gravel. 56km
- There is a Total Garage sign in front of you, continue straight
- You will pass a brown sign board – Molatedi Gate 18km – please follow that sign
- (DO NOT follow the Derdepoort sign even though your GPS may suggest this).
- Pass through Molatedi Village.
- After 12km you will reach Molatedi Gate of Madikwe Game Reserve
- Please collect gate pass
- From the Molatedi Gate, you go straight 11km
- Sign on your right for Jacis Lodge please ignore and continue straight
- Dirt Road then becomes tar 1.9km
- Go straight for 1 km and turn right towards Derdepoort gate
- Drive straight for 400m on the tar road and turn right again towards Derdepoort Gate
- The road is still tar for another 500m then it becomes a dirt road.
- Continue straight on the dirt road 17km
- Road becomes tar for 500m then becomes dirt road
- Continue straight on the dirt road 25km
- on your left is a sign to Molori
- Turn left at the sign and drive 800m down the access road and Molori Safari Lodge is on your left
MOLORI SAFARI RECOMMENDS
- That you hire a vehicle with a high ground clearance (example: 4×4, 2×4) due to the conditions of some of the dirt roads leading up to the Madikwe Game Reserve and in the reserve itself.
- To fill up with fuel at Sun City Village which is shortly after the Sun City Entrance gates on your right.
- There is no fuel available once in Madikwe Game Reserve.
Please send the lodge your mobile number as they would like to be able to contact their guests whilst travelling just to ensure all is well and to offer any assistance wherever needed.