On the eastern doorstep of world-famous Etosha National Park, in the mopane woodland of the region, lies Mokuti Etosha Lodge, a flagship of Namibian safari hospitality. Charming thatched buildings in the classic safari style are nestled among vast indigenous gardens, lending credence to the name “Mokuti” which in Ovambo means “in the forest”. Mokuti Etosha Lodge is the perfect starting point for your adventure into Namibia’s crowning glory, one of the most popular national parks in Africa. Discover Etosha and all its wonders with us!
Mokuti Etosha Lodge is the lodge closest to Etosha National Park, only a four-minute drive from the eastern gate, the Von Lindequist Gate near the historic Namutoni Fort. Mokuti is located on its own 4 000 hectare private nature reserve, which shares a common border with Etosha.
We offer 106 standard rooms and 8 family rooms. All rooms feature en-suite bathrooms with showers or baths, complimentary WiFi, LCD television with 8 satellite TV channels, Air-conditioning and much more.
Our beautifully appointed en-suite Standard Rooms are furnished with two single beds which can be converted into a king-size bed. The decorative Etosha theme of the interior design perfectly mirrors the natural haven outside.
Our Family Rooms feature a country décor theme, with stylish modern finishes and generous space for relaxing. The suites are connected to a separate room which can also be converted to a lounge area, with its own television – perfect for families.
Make the most of the beautiful gardens at Mokuti Etosha Lodge. Relax in the shade of the trees or at the pool, or visit the Ontouka Reptile Park. Play a game of tennis on our courts or billiards in the Billiard Room. For those looking to relax and indulge there is the option of being pampered in the spa or working out at the gym.
Nature enthusiasts should not miss the opportunity to join an excursion into Etosha National Park in an open safari vehicle with one of Mokuti’s experienced game guides. With its abundance of wildlife you will be sighting and photographing animals until the sun sets.