Molori Safari Lodge – Luxury Lodging in the Heart of Africa
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For our readers looking to take in the sights and sounds of South Africa, (many for the first time), what makes the Molori Safari Lodge, in particular, a must-visit luxury destination? Molori Safari, privately owned and operated by the Ichikowitz family, is recognized throughout the world as…
LODGE OF THE MONTH: MOLORI SAFARI LODGE
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The word “molori” means “to dream” in seTswana and truly captures the essence of the MoloriSafari Lodge, arguably South Africa’s most luxurious game lodge.
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Imagine yourself on an African Safari, staying at a luxury safari lodge right in the middle of nature with the animals surrounding you. Waking up to a breathtaking landscape and maybe even a elephant or giraffe grazing outside your window. Sounds perfect right?
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At Molori Safari Lodge, the hot tub is part of the spacious two-bedroom Molelo Presidential Suite, located next to the suite’s infinity edge pool. All suites at the lodge have floor-to-ceiling retractable glass walls which fold away completely, connecting the interior to the deck area where the pool and hot spa bath sit. The Molelo Presidential Suite also has a study and library area, housing part of a cherished collection of National Geographic magazines dating back to the 1940s.
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Molori (from about $925 per person per night) is what some people envision when they dream of safari: grand spaces. Outsized elegant décor. Sleek, modern sofas layered in ceremonial textiles. Standalone ceramic bathtubs. Curvilinear chaises next to infinity plunge pools—think bush living as envisioned by Terence Conran. Then there’s the five-star-hotel service. All of which would truly be excessive were it not for the very real authentic appeal of the wilderness experience on offer. Molori is in the Madikwe Game Reserve, the country’s fifth-largest, with Africa’s highest concentration of rhino—an endangered species the lodge actively protects through its own conservation programs.