Mokolodi Game Reserve is a private non-profit game reserve located 15 kilometres from Gaborone, the capital city of Botswana. It has an area of 5 square kilometres. The nature reserve has a wildlife rehabilitation centre, a reptile park, a crocodile pond and an animal sanctuary. The reserve is home to various reptiles and birds, some rare and vulnerable to the threat of extinction. It is also an education centre.
Things to do at Mokolodi Nature Reserve
There are many exciting things to do in Mokolodi Game Reserve. Some of the activities are horse-back safaris, guided walks, tracking rhinos, giraffes and trained elephants, camping, bush picnics, learning about the plant and animal species and have sundowner game drives.
The wildlife in the reserve include southern white rhinos, warthogs, red hartebeest, blue wildebeest, elephants, impalas, spotted hyenas, leopards, waterbucks, baboons, monkeys, cheetahs and giraffes. The game reserve has many paths making it easy to view wildlife at close range.