Gently set amongst imposing hills and sprawling plains, this South Africa National Park offers a place of peace, seclusion and complete tranquillity. Mokala National Park is a must for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The park is home to 7 indigenous plant species and conserves the interface of two biomes, Savanna Biome and the Nama-Karoo Biome.
Guests can relax in comfort and warm hospitality whilst enjoying all this South Africa National Park has to offer. A great variety of African wildlife has been relocated and settled at this Northern Cape nature reserve in South Africa. The species include Black and White Rhino, Buffalo, Tsessebe, Roan Antelope and Black Wildebeest.
Mokala is the Setswana name for 'Camel Thorn', named after the immensely important trees that occur in the dry woodland and arid sandy desert regions of Southern Africa. The Camel Thorn seeds, pods, gum and bark are a great resource to both the wildlife and humans who inhabit these areas. The gum and bark of the trees have been traditionally used by the local tribes to treat coughs, colds and nosebleeds.
Conference Facilities and Functions
Mosu and Mofele Lodge at this Northern Cape nature reserve in South Africa both have superb facilities and audio-visual equipment for conferences or workshop and team building events. There are no breakaway rooms, but both facilities have a big fireplace, with air conditioning at Mosu Lodge Conference Room. At either venue 30 delegates can be seated in boardroom style or up to 40 delegates in theatre style.