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Mokolodi

Botswana South-East District Nature Reserve

About Mokolodi

The Mokolodi is a Nature Reserve in Botswana in the provinces of South-East District. The park was established on 01.01.1994 and covers an area of 0.051 km². The Mokolodi offers the possibility of self-drive safaris.

Mokolodi Nature Reserve is a small, private game reserve in southern Botswana, just a few kilometres from the capital Gabarone. Day visitors can drive themselves to the reserve or book a two-hour day or night drive in an open vehicle. The reserve is not a classic tourist destination. There is a breeding programme for white rhino and a wildlife sanctuary that supports sick or injured wildlife. Popular activities include rhino and giraffe tracking.

General information
Biodiversity Sighting conditions
Very high Okay
  • 0Mammals
  • 0Bird species
  • 0Reptile
  • 0Fish specie
  • 0Amphibians
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Official Name

Mokolodi

Provinces

South-East District

Area

0.051 km2

Foundation

1994-01-01

Vegetation

No information

Habitats

Floodplains

Big Five-reserves

No

Self-drive-reserve

No

Entrance gates

1

Highlights

Mokolodi Nature Reserve is a small, private game reserve in southern Botswana, just a few kilometres from the capital Gabarone. Day visitors can drive themselves to the reserve or book a two-hour day or night drive in an open vehicle. The reserve is not a classic tourist destination. There is a breeding programme for white rhino and a wildlife sanctuary that supports sick or injured wildlife. Popular activities include rhino and giraffe tracking.

Landscape

The main habitat of the Mokolodi is the Floodplains.

The landscape is mainly riverine with occasional rocky hills. The parts donated by the farmers form the Bushveld region. The main source of water in this area is the Gwithian Dam. Only 12 km from Gaborone, the reserve is a beautiful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. There is a dam on the reserve, and rolling hills stretch to the horizon.

Entrance gate
Name Location
Entrance East
General information
Biodiversity Sighting conditions
Very high Okay
The best travel time for Mokolodi
The best travel time

Overview
Weather and climate

Excellent Good Okay Poor
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Best tavel time

May (Beginning) - September (End)


Dry time

May (Beginning) - September (End)

Climate

chilly-warm


Tavel time

November (Beginning) - April (End)

Climate

mild-hot


High season


Low season


No information

The rainy season takes place from Beginning November to End April The dry season first extended over the months from Beginning May to End September inclusive. The best time to tour is Beginning May End September.

The summers are very hot, but the nights are cool. In winter, the days are still warm but the nights are cold. Rainfall is irregular, but most of it falls in the summer months, between October and April.

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Top animal species

The Mokolodi is home to 0 mammals such as Rhinoceros, Leopard, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra as well as 0 bird species, 0 reptile species, 0 fish species and 0 amphibian species. The Mokolodi provides Very high conditions for wildlife viewing.

Big Five

Rhinoceros

Big Five

Leopard

Cheetah

Giraffe

Zebra

Spotted hyena

Hippopotamus

Baboon

Serval

Crocodile

Brown hyena

Aadvark

Greater Kudu

Waterbuck

African wild cat

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