Mokuti Lodge is a large hotel on the edge of Etosha National Park in Namibia. Rooms are comfortable and facilities are many: two restaurants, two bars, two pools and a heap of outdoor activities. Daily guided game drives into Etosha are the obvious focal point.
Mokuti Lodge is a large and embracing hotel that provides the ideal base for daily self-drive and guided safaris into the game reserve. A few minutes' drive to the eastern entrance to Etosha National Park and surrounded by 4,300 hectares of private land itself a mini Etosha
Situated 2km from the Von Lindequist gate, Mokuti Lodge has 106 en suite rooms of varying sizes and with unvarying chain-like décor. All under thatch and surrounded by a well tended lawn, the lodge features à la carte dining as well as a carvery buffet in the boma for al fresco fire-lit dinners.
With families and short attention spans in mind, the lodge has two large swimming pools, two bars - one by the pool for maximum down-time - volleyball, tennis and a reptile park and bird hide. A fully equipped gym and a health spa complete the amenities roll call.
Daily guided game drive safaris into Etosha are the focus at Mokuti Lodge and you have a choice of morning, afternoon or full day excursions. On the lodge's grounds outside the park there are walking and mountain bike trails for an up close and wild encounter with nature.
106 en-suite rooms; air conditioning; ceiling fan; telephone; bar fridge; hair dryer; safes; satellite TV; tea/coffee; mosquito drapes; al fresco dining boma; restaurant; bar; lounge; gym; spa; curio shop; swimming pool and snack bar; conferences and functions; library; babysitting; room service; laundry; business facilities; filling station; airstrip
Bird hide; guided game drives to Etosha; guided and unguided walking trails; mountain biking; reptile park; tennis court; volleyball; gym; spa; billiards; waterholes and viewing platform
Daily guided game drives into the park are the focus at Mokuti and you have a choice of morning, afternoon or full day excursions. On the lodge's grounds outside the park there are walking and mountain bike trails for an up close and wild encounter with nature.
Page last updated: 20 Sep 2016