Mokolodi Nature Reserve
Mokolodi nature reserve in Botswana situated approximately 10 kilometers south of Game city on the main Lobatse Road, this nature reserve is a private not-for-profit game reserve founded in 1994 by the Mokolodi Wildlife Foundation.
Mokolodi game reserve covers an area of 30 square kilometers is dominated by riverine terrain interspersed with rocky hills, lake Gwithian and an adjoining picnic site. This nature reserve houses a reptile park and a wildlife sanctuary for disabled or orphaned animals.
Mokolodi nature reserve protects a variety of animals such as kudu, warthog, duiker, giraffe, steenbok, zebra, blue wildebeest, gemsbok, ostrich, impala, springbok, waterbuck, baboons, vervet monkeys, mountain reedbuck, eland, bushbuck, leopard, and many more.
There are also over 300 bird species in Mokolodi nature reserve and these include Burnt-necked Eremomela, Cape vulture, Cut-throat finch, Great crested grebe, Icterine warbler, Maccoa duck, Short-clawed lark (NE), Short-toed rock thrush, Southern white-crowned shrike, White-throated robin-chat, and many more.
Safari activities offered at Mokolodi nature reserve include game drives, guided nature walks, horseback safari, rhino tracking, giraffe tracking, walks with trained elephants, and cheetah visits.