Mokolodi nature reserve

Mokolodi nature reserve,  a view of lake Gwithian <sup>1</sup>

Mokolodi nature reserve, a view of lake Gwithian 1
One of Botswana's smaller and more popular reserves — a sanctuary for plants and animals, run by the non-profit Mokolodi wildlife foundation.

It sits on 37 square kilometres of donated land, that used to be a cattle ranch.

The landscapeHilly woodlands and shrublands.

Animals to seeWhite rhinos, giraffe, zebra, sable antelope, red hartebeest, cheetahs, leopards, gemsbok, kudu, elephant, mountain reedbuck, warthogs, waterbuck, impala, spotted hyena, reptiles and a large number of bird species.

What to do thereVisit the reptile sanctuary, game drives, game viewing, camping, rhino tracking, bird watching, conferencing and functions, cycling, night drives, bush braais/barbecues, giraffe tracking, picnics and bush lunches..

Best time to visitAny time of the year

Location of Mokolodi nature reserveIt sits on the southeastern end of Botswana, less than 10 km south of its capital — Gaborone.

How to get thereBy air or road.

References1. By Sneza.majur - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

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