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MOLOPO KALAHARI LODGE
Telephone : +27 (0)54 511 0008
After Hours : +27 (0)73 825 8704
E-mail: namrod13@lantic.net

THE EXPERIENCE
ADVENTURE SAFARI DRIVES
ABOUT THE KALAHARI
 

About the Kalahari

Technically, the Kalahari is not a desert, but a semi-desert savannah.

In reality, it is a mystical place!
A land of enchantment; a wonderful state of mind.

For you, it will be the experience of a lifetime: a journey to the land of the Kalahari black-mane lion, the regal Gemsbok, the diminutive Meerkat; a journey to the land of the Bushman.

The Kalahari is an immense desert eco-system covering large parts of South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. The sky is azure blue, the sand iron red.

As you travel this magical land, you will become part of the seemingly endless dunes, some just windswept sand others grass-covered.

You'll wonder about the Camelthorn trees in the dry river beds, knowing that they are hundreds of years old.

You will be one with nature when viewing the weaver birds around their massive haystack nests. Herds of springbok and blue wildebeests become as common as the sand. ...and, on occasion, you will be witness to the incredible speed of the cheetah.

The Kalahari of South Africa is located in the north west section of the country. Much of the land is called the "Green Kalahari" and is full of farms, sheep and cattle ranches, and the largest wine region in South Africa.

North of Upington, in the Northern Cape Province, you will find the Kalahari of the legends ....you'll find the Molopo Kalahari Lodge.

 

What you'll see

Apart from the splendor and tranquility of the Molopo Lodge and its surroundings, there is of course the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. Known as the largest park of its kind in the world. Through interaction with each other, to ensure that every traveler to the Kalahari enjoy their time to the optimum, the Lodge and the Park have a very close working relationship.

During your self drive visit to the park, through untamed Kalahari vegetation, you will have the chance to view wildebeest, hartebeest, warthog, duiker, gemsbok, eland, kudu, impala, lion, leopard, cheetah, brown & spotted hyena, caracal and the African wild cat. Smaller inhabitants such as bat-eared and cape foxes, the honey badger, suricate, mongoose and over 200 species of bird life.

Visualize the adventure of Sarel Koortzen shooting a lion with a .22 rifle at the Molopo Lodge … At the bar this mighty trophy animal and the .22 rifle can be seen.

 

What you can do

Use the Lodge as a base to visit the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, spend a few days to take in the surroundings so you don't have to rush this experience.

Adjacent to the Lodge, The San community village can prove for some interesting time discovering the culture of one of the oldest nations in the world.

Bushman guided trails can be arranged for you at the lodge.

But really what you'll do is up to you. We will provide the backdrop, the calming atmosphere the unrivaled attention given by your newly acquired Lodge friends so it will be impossible for you to do anything but relax.

BBQ's don't have to be a "rough affair". Let us know you're having a BBQ and we'll set you a table Kalahari style right outside your chalet. We believe it's the little things that count!

We also have a variety of meat packs available, koeksisters, kalahari lamb tjops and steak.
We will spoil you with freshly baked bread.

 
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