|Rates inclusive of 14% V.A.T.
• South African Rand • Subject to availability
||1 Dec 2017 to 30 Nov 2018
|Per Person Per Night
|Per Person Single
- Please note
that for a 1 night stay over a weekend (Friday or Saturday night) there
is an additional
charge of R200 per person.
- Please note that the above rates are based on a minimum 2
- Mosetlha is a rustic unfenced bush camp they only
accommodate children over the age of 8 years.
The camp is unfenced and our guests are accommodated in true safari style in raised wooden cabins set amongst the natural vegetation around a central camp fire and lapa area. Cabins have partly open sides and are arranged in adjoining or detached double rooms with twin beds and simple amenities. Duvets, pillows, blankets and towels are provided by us. Whilst bathrooms are not en suite, they are essentially private fenced toilet/shower complexes are discreetly situated amongst the cabins. We pride ourselves in our bushveld simplicity and do not have mod cons such as electrical power or running water - our showers are safari showers and water is heated through a donkey boiler … so you only have a cold shower if you want one!
It has always been Mosetlha Bush Camp mission to provide an exclusive and unique wilderness experience for our guests, with minimal ecological impact on our surroundings.
Check in time at the Gate is 12.30 and you will be directed from there to the NWPTB Administration Offices where you will park your car and one of our guides will meet you and bring you back to the Camp to start your Mosetlha Experience! On arrival at the Camp you will find lunch ready for you and you can unpack and settle in. That afternoon you'll be taken on your first game drive. (Leaving time varies depending on the time of year from about between 3.00 in mid winter to 4.30 in the heat of summer.)
Our professional, qualified field guides will take you out into the Reserve in our open 4x4 vehicles where you will have the chance to see the Big Five, the endangered wild dog, cheetah, a multitude of plains game and over 340 species of birds. You’ll be out for about 4 hours and half way through you'll stop at a picturesque spot for drinks and snacks at sunset. After dark, spot lights are used to ensure that you are able to witness our more secretive, nocturnal animal and bird life. Upon your return, a wholesome and traditionally cooked dinner will be waiting for you. After this, you can take your drinks or coffee to the camp fire and share your experiences of the day before collapsing into bed, to sleep as you can only do in the silence of the bush, under the stars.
The next morning we'll wake you up for a quick cup of coffee and an early morning start. (Here again, times vary between a 5am wake up call on the hot summer mornings and as late as 7.30 when it’s colder.) There is always a game drive available in the mornings to find the big and hairies and sometimes (depending upon various factors such as weather, veld conditions etc) it is possible to offer a guided bush walk, which is not strenuous but rather interpretive. This is the time to experience the wonders of the flora and fauna, insects and birds that Madikwe has to offer. (See our Gallery for some amazing photographs of wild flowers and insects taken by our guests.) In the summer when you get back you'll have a quick breakfast (toast, cereals and muesli, yoghurt, fresh fruit, hard boiled eggs and cheese) and time for a shower and a rest before lunch, then some more chill out time read your book, do some bird spotting at the little water holes we have around the camp, or have an afternoon nap. Then it's time for the afternoon drive. During the winter months, we do a big cooked brunch and lighter afternoon high tea of soup, sandwiches and muffins just before your game drive.
On your day of departure, after your morning game activity, you come home to the camp for breakfast. We then take you back to your car at around midday for your return trip home (where it's back to real life after a few days of fabulous game viewing and serious relaxation, taking with you lots of photographs and some wonderful memories.
Madikwe Game Reserve is located in South Africa’s North West Province with Botswana as our northern border. It is about a 3½ to 4 hour drive from Johannesburg or Pretoria, either via Zeerust or via Sun City.
From the Airport, get on to the R21 heading towards Pretoria – After about 15 - 20 minutes you join the N1 Pretoria. You travel through Centurion and after about 10 - 15 minutes, you’ll see a sign N4 Rustenburg – follow this sign. There are 2 toll roads over the next half hour. Now you’re on the N4, you can either continue straight and follow the Rustenburg/Zeerust route, or you can take the Sun City/Pilanesburg turn off and go that way.
CONSERVATION FEES 2018
R210 per adult per STAY | R105 per child per STAY
- R280 per adult | R140 per child (provisional, subject to change)
R210 per adult per DAY | R75 per child per
Rates are quoted per
person per night
- Accommodation, all meals per day, two activities a day
(game drives), snacks on your drives and emergency medical evacuation
- Rates displayed are subject to change without prior notice.
The things you will need to bring "pocket money"
- The Reserve Entrance Fee per person once off (subject to
change without prior notice), which we collect from you on behalf of
North West Parks and Tourism Board.
- Please note that this fee is subject to change without
- Alcoholic and Soft Drinks. As regards drinks, we sell a
reasonable selection of beers, wines, spirits, fizzy drinks and mineral
- Mosetlha branded clothing.
- Staff gratuities.
Check In | Check Out
Please note that arrival time at the gate is at 12h30 and
check out time is around midday. (Please don't arrive at the Reserve
Gates before 12h30 as the lodge is unable to accommodate you before
then.) If you arrive later than 12h30, you run the risk of missing the
afternoon/evening game drive. If you are not at the gate by 18h00 in
the evening, the North West Parks Board have said that no guests are
permitted to drive in the Reserve unless they are escorted in - this is
mainly for safety reasons. However, arriving at this time there is an
additional charge of R 250.00 (subject to change) per vehicle as a
ranger will have to meet you at the Reserve Gate and escort you to the
North West Parks Board Office which is where you leave your vehicle
during your stay.
In order to secure a
booking we require a 50% deposit on confirmation and the balance is due
30 days prior to arrival.
For bookings made within 30 days of travel, the full payment is
required on confirmation.
In the event of
cancellation more than 30 days before the date of your stay, all monies
paid will be refunded except for 10% of the total booking value as an
administration fee. If accommodation is booked for a date less than 30
days after the booking date, the full amount is payable at the time of
booking and only 50% will be refunded in the event of a subsequent
cancellation. Once again, your booking is not confirmed until payment
Please note that no refund
can be made in the event of cancellation less than seven (7) clear
calendar days before the booked date of arrival.
inclusive of VAT and subject to change without prior notice.
They will be charged by the respective lodge to the guest's overall
bill and paid at check-out.
Bookings with check-in before 1 August 2017 as well as bookings made
before 1 June 2017 will not be affected by this new levy.