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  • Morokolo Suite (double)

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    Room facilities:Afternoon Tea included, Bath, Breakfast included, Coffee/Tea Making Facilities, Concierge, Dinner included, En-suite Rooms, Mini Bar, Mini Safes, Private Patio, Shower (indoor)

    Discounted rates apply for mid-week stay from Sundays to Thursdays. Please enquire.

    The lodge comprises eight luxury suites, two are family suites and six are double suites. The double suites sleep two people (double or two singles), and family suites sleep two people (double or two singles) downstairs, and two children (singles) in the open loft. All the suites are spacious and fully air-conditioned.

    Each stand-alone suite has an ample en-suite bathroom with modern finishes (with bath and shower), comfy seating area and private patio. There is a stocked mini bar in each suite as well as a complimentary tea and coffee station.

    Bed size:King or Twin

  • Morokolo Suite (single)

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    Room facilities:Afternoon Tea included, Bath, Breakfast included, Coffee/Tea Making Facilities, Concierge, Dinner included, En-suite Rooms, Mini Bar, Mini Safes, Private Patio, Shower (indoor), Supervised Childcare/ Services

    Discounted rates apply for mid-week stay from Sundays to Thursdays. Please enquire.

    The lodge comprises eight luxury suites, two are family suites and six are double suites. The double suites sleep two people (double or two singles), and family suites sleep two people (double or two singles) downstairs, and two children (singles) in the open loft. All the suites are spacious and fully air-conditioned.

    Each stand-alone suite has an ample en-suite bathroom with modern finishes (with bath and shower), comfy seating area and private patio. There is a stocked mini bar in each suite as well as a complimentary tea and coffee station.

     

    Bed size:King or Twin

General

Morokolo Game Lodge is located at the Black Rhino Reserve. The Black Rhino reserve is situated in the most remote and exclusive area of Pilanesberg National Park. Guests at Morokolo Game Lodge have a chance of seeing Africa’s big 5 and other prolific wildlife species while on game drive activities or from the comfort of their suites.

Morokolo Game Lodge offers two camps. Each camp has four luxury double suites with en-suite facilities, private courtyard and outdoor showers among other amenities. One of the suites in each camp can be converted to a family suite and accommodate 2 children in the loft.

Morokolo has exceptional game viewing attractions that can be enjoyed in the early hours of the day. The big 5, and other prolific game is best seen in the morning and an evening game drives where the nocturnal wildlife is spotted.

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

11:00
Up to 2 children can be accommodated in the family suites. Children aged 12 and under pay 50% of the adult rate if sharing with their parents. Babies under 2 year stay free of charge. The rules governing game drives do not permit children under 6 on the game drives for their own safety. If you would like we can arrange a baby sitter to look after them at an hourly rate, and then in the morning after breakfast we take them out on their very own game drive for about 30 minutes to see what we can see at a safe distance. Children between 6 and 12 years are permitted to join the adult game drives at the ranger's discretion.Not allowedVisa & Master

Facilities

  • Air Conditioned
  • Baby Sitting (On request)
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Bath
  • Breakfast included
  • Coffee/Tea Making Facilities
  • Concierge
  • Conference Facilities
  • En-suite Rooms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Jaccuzzi
  • Library
  • Mini Bar
  • Mini Safes
  • Pool Bar
  • Private Patio
  • Restaurent
  • Satellite TV
  • Supervised Childcare/ Services
  • Swimming Pool
The price includes 2 daily game drivesFree wifi in the loungeFree parking

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Pilanesberg National Park

Pilanesberg National Park

The Pilanesberg National Park is located in North West Province in South Africa, west of Pretoria. The park borders with the entertainment complex Sun City. The park is currently administered by the North West Parks and Tourism Board.

The area is fringed by three concentric ridges or rings of hills, of which the formation rises from the surrounding plains. Pilanesberg is named after a Tswana chief, Pilane, the ‘Pilanesberg Alkaline Ring Complex’ is the park’s primary geological feature. This vast circular geological feature is ancient even by geological standards as it is the crater of a long extinct volcano and the result of eruptions some 1,200 million years ago. It is one of the largest volcanic complexes of its type in the world, the rare rock types and formations make it a unique geological feature. A number of rare minerals occur in the park. Pilanesberg Game Reserve rates high amongst the world’s outstanding geological phenomena

Scattered throughout the park are various sites that originate from the Iron age and Stone age and show the presence of man from those periods in these areas.

Plants

The scenic terrain lies in the transition zone between Kalahari and Lowveld, and both types of vegetation are found here. As a result of the park being on a transition zone there are overlaps in mammals, birds and vegetation. Today, Pilanesberg Game Reserve accommodates almost every large mammal of southern Africa.

Mammals

The park has a rich array of southern African wildlife including the Big Five, the five most dangerous game animals in Africa. In the Pilanesberg Game Reserve today live most of the animal species of southern Africa these include lions, elephants, black & white rhinoceros, African buffaloes, leopards, zebras, hyenas, giraffes, hippos and crocodiles. The Painted Hunting Dog, Lycaon pictus had been extirpated from the park, but reintroduction efforts have been carried out recently, with uncertain outcome. Over 360 bird species were counted. The Pilanesberg is not in a location which the Big Five animals would naturally inhabit, however they have been brought into the 550 square kilometres of African bushland.

Birdlife

The Bird life diversity is excellent with over 360 species having been recorded.  Though some are migrants, most others are permanent inhabitants. Their food sources vary with some eating carrion or live prey, others eat seeds, fruit or tiny water organisms.

There is a self-guided trail in the Walking Area at the Manyane Complex in the east, which offers environmental education whilst game viewing and bird watching on foot. Also at Manyane there is a walk-in aviary with over 80 species of indigenous birds.


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