The Molori Safari Lodge is in a secluded part of the Madikwe Valley, with breathtaking views of the Dwarsberg Mountains. Of the 400 or so African wild dog in South Africa, a large number of them are here. Spotting the pups play fighting outside their den is one of the most magical wildlife experiences imaginable, and reason enough for you to stay at Molori.
Molori’s five open air suites are spaced far apart to ensure guests have maximum privacy and an authentic wildlife experience. The Sephiri Family Premier Suite sleeps four people in two separate bedrooms, one of which is on the second floor and has spectacular views of the reserve. The full width glass doors are retractable, and when you step outside onto the deck you’ll find a private infinity pool and day beds on which to relax. Inside there’s an open fireplace, Nespresso coffee machine, and spotting scope so you can wildlife watch at any time of the day.
The outdoor deck of the main lodge features a hot spa bath, twin infinity pools and for optimal wildlife viewing you can relax in a chilled spa bath on the highest mountainside deck.