Kempinski Mokuti Lodge
At a Glance
- stone's throw from Etosha gate
- all the amenities of a big hotel, including tennis and billiards
- rooms lack views and the character of a smaller lodge
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Kempinski Mokuti Lodge Review
Since this lodge is in its own park a stone's throw from the Von Lindequist Gate, you may well wake up and find an antelope or warthog munching the grass outside your room. Despite being one of Namibia's largest lodges, the rooms are smallish and rather sparsely furnished, but you'll be out most of the day game-viewing. You can take a walk, either guided or on your own, and be quite safe. Follow the paths, and you may come face-to-face with a giraffe or any number of gorgeous birds. Don't miss the amazing reptile park, where you can meet pythons, scorpions, tortoises, and the odd crocodile. To catch sight of the bigger game, take an early-morning or afternoon tour into Etosha from the lodge. Air Namibia flies to and from Mokuti five days a week.