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Mokolodi Nature Reserve Tour

Mokolodi Nature Reserve Tour Packages
Country: Botswana
City: Gaborone
Duration: 4 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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The Mokolodi Wildlife Foundation was formed in 1991 as a not-for-profit organization to promote wildlife conservation and environmental education in Botswana. The Foundation created Mokolodi Nature Reserve on donated land, where tourism-related activities help to fund its Education Centre.

Mokolodi Nature Reserve is located 14 kilometers away from the capital city Gaborone along Lobatse road. We have several activities such as conference facilities, restaurants, camping sites, chalets, game drives, cheetah visits, tracking, bush braai picnic sites, and a traditional memorable rest camp called Alexander McCall Smith. Our facilities host corporate events such as ceremonies.

Includes: Transport, Entrance Fee, Game Drive, Lunch, refreshments, and a guide

Excludes: Rhino tracking, Tips, and any other personal spending accounts

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Mokolodi Nature Reserve is a private not-for-profit game reserve in southern Botswana. Founded in 1994 by The Mokolodi Wildlife Foundation, it is situated on 30 square kilometers of donated land, 10 kilometers south of the capital Gaborone.

The reserve contains many species of wildlife such as giraffe, zebra, southern white rhinoceros, mountain reedbuck, red hartebeest, gemsbok, kudu, impala, waterbuck, hippopotamus, Nile crocodile, brown hyena, and leopard. Cheetahs are housed in a large enclosure within the confines of the reserve. There is also a reptile park containing black mamba, Mozambique spitting cobra, puff adder, and snouted cobra amongst other species, as well as an aviary with rescued white-backed vulture and cape vulture.

The reserve is developed as a game sanctuary with an extensive network of paths, which permits viewing the wildlife at close quarters. The park administration is planning to expand its limits of conservation area up to Lion Park.

Environmental and conservation education are the key objectives of The Mokolodi Wildlife Foundation. The nature reserve hosts children from across Botswana, some of whom are from disadvantaged backgrounds. The fee-based activity and accommodation services offered to the public by Mokolodi Nature Reserve support the Foundation's charitable objectives, to present the children of Botswana with the opportunity to embrace the natural world and to promote the wider protection of Botswana's natural environment.

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