Mokuti Lodge, is situated on the border of the Etosha National Park in Namibia. The lodge combines unique African charm with the tradition of excellent service and supreme quality. “Mokuti“ means “in the forest“ in Owambo, a traditional language spoken in Namibia. The lodge is hidden in between 4300 hectares of farmland being home to giraffes, oryx, kudu and many other species of wildlife.
Situated two kilometers outside the gates of Etosha National Park the lodge is the gateway to a unique safari experience as well as the perfect destination for incentives, meetings, weddings and honeymoons.
There are a total of 106 double or family rooms:
Standard Rooms: En-suite bathrooms with bath or shower, air-conditioning with climate control, ceiling fan, mosquito net/door, tea/coffee station, satellite TV, mini-bar and in-room safe, desk and chair.
Luxury Rooms: Some of the rooms have waterhole views and others are ideal for a sunrise experience. The facilities are similar to the Standard Rooms.
Luxury Family Rooms: Individual terraces, squirrel feeding for the kids and colourful sunsets all with facilities similar to the Luxury/Standard Double Rooms.
Mokuti Lodge offers a unique range of culinary delights with international and local specialties. The Tambuti Restaurant serves a combination of live cooking and premium international buffets as well as a à la carte menu. Traditional African grill cuisine can be enjoyed in the Boma restaurant.
In the two conference room Oshoto and Onduno one finds the ideal setting for extraordinary conferences and incentives. The Olupale and Ohambo Bush venues envelope guests in an African outdoor atmosphere as they indulge in a tantalizing touch of local cuisine under the stars.
Besides private scheduled game drives into Etosha National Park the Mokuti Lodge offers various facilities to enjoy some active or relaxing moments, such as 2 tennis courts, some walking trails, swimming pools, billiard room and to end off the day after an exciting journey in the Etosha National Park try and experience a moment of relaxation in the new spa & gym or a refreshing cocktail in one of the two bars.
Morning & Afternoon Game Drives: Private and scheduled game drives into Etosha National Park.
Walking Trails: Explore the veld around Mokuti Lodge on foot.
Tennis: Two flood-lit courts are available.
Swimming Pools Cool down, relax and escape the heat of the Etosha days.
Waterholes: Game viewing from a special elevated viewing platform.
Billiard Room: 2 billiard tables can be found next to the Mokuti Bar.
Reptile park: Learn about a wide variety of Namibian reptiles & snakes.
Guided Mountain Bike Tours: The flat terrain makes exploring the large property from a mountain bike a joy.
Nordic Bush Walks: For those who feel the need to get a bit more exercise from their walking.
Gym: A small gymnasium overlooks a waterhole.
Small mid-price lodge close to the park gate - situated of the private Fischer's pan reserve.
Just north of the King Nehale Gate into Etosha, this new property offers guests full access to the national park, as well as the opportunity to explore the north-central reaches of Namibia. The Etosha King Nehale serves as the gateway into a unique cultural adventure. Every detail of this property was refined and delicately implemented to reflect the essence of royalty and the charm of the OshiWambo culture. Each room stands as its own unit, with private plunge pool and unmatched views of the Andoni Plains. Beyond the plains, the property also offers access to a private waterhole in the National Park. Guests are invited to embrace their inner royalty.
The latest edition to the Mushara Collection offers mid-range tented accommodation.
Good accommodation at a reasonable price, close to the park entrance.
Small intimate tented camp built on raised platforms, good for privacy and a 'luxury outdoor' feel.
Inside the park borders, built around Fort Namutoni. Recently upgraded to appeal to more 'up-market' visitors.
Newly renovated, good mid-market option for self-drive tourists.
A tented camp just outside Etosha.
Luxury lodge built around a fort on Fischer's Pan. Easy access to the park.
The first new accommodation to be built inside the Etosha National Park in over 30 years. The camp sits on a wooden deck on an isolated peninsula overlooking the pan.
Very exclusive private suites, all mod-cons and luxuries.
These are honest reviews, both good and bad, from our travellers who visited this property.
Fantastic place; great location just outside the park. Very helpful staff. Pity they only do buffet dinner.
Also good except if you got children in the next room you could hear them late into the night not sound proof rooms
Not really in keeping with the rest of the products that you booked for us. It was OK but very `corporate` compared to everything else
A big commercial lodge but surprisingly enjoyable with good food and clean rooms and much better than staying in the park in that area.
The place has become much more luxurious since we stayed there 7 years ago. Its very comfortable & the room was outstanding. Good staff and good food. A bit expensive though.
What a wonderful place. Beautiful pool, Bontebok wandering around, interesting reptile park and fabulous meals on the terrace/garden. Very comfortable modern accomodation too.
Philomene the guide we had for Etosha is an expert It was our first experience within Etosha reserve and we will remember it as we will remember the welcome after hours driving
Luxurious as warned. Very fancy and great location with great and helpful staff. Great access to the park and good waterholes. And they offered us a reasonable discount for dinner meals.
Every other place we stayed tried to respect the enviroment but this lodge was a major exception. For example, leaving all the steam room and jacuzzi facilities on all day is not necessary.
Very nice place to stay close to the park. We enjoyed the fact that there were enough sunbeds and umbrellas to relax at the poolside after a day on safari. We would have preferred to eat a la carte, but the buffet was good and fresh.
well placed at the gates of the Etosha game park But apart from that you could be in a hotel any where. They only time they got excited was when they had several coach loads staying. They were treated like royalty while we felt pushed to one side.
The location was perfect (right in front of the gate) and the staff helped us to repare our flat tire. The Buffet was ok. However, we didn't get to enjoy some of the facilities (swimming pool, tennis courts, gym, spa...) since we didn't have enough time.
Mokuti Lodge was good. Accommodation was good, and dinner/ breakfast did not disappoint. Liked the fact that we did not have to have all three courses for the dinner buffet - we weren't that hungry so opted only for starter buffet, which was perfectly sufficient.
Very good for a large lodge. We were concerned about the size of the place when we arrived but it was big enough to absorb the couple of bus loads of tourists we spotted to our horror when we first arrived. Nice pool. Good food, nice to have a buffet so that we could taste lots of different things.
from the B1, turn into C38 approximately 75 kilometers north of Tsumeb. The turn-off is sign-posted (road to the Etosha National park, Namutoni camp). The entrance to Mokuti Lodge is on the left hand side just before the park gate.Download Map
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