Mokala National Park in South Africa

Accommodation in Mokala National Park

Product NameRoom TypeRATINGPrices
Mokala National Park Mosu Lodge, Semi-Luxury Bungalow (UA2D) from: ZAR 700
Mokala National Park Mosu Lodge, Bungalow (SCB2S) from: ZAR 935
Mokala National Park Lilydale, Bungalow (BD5) from: ZAR 790
Mokala National Park Mosu Lodge, Luxury Bungalow (LB2D) from: ZAR 1045
Mokala National Park Mosu Lodge, Semi-Luxury Bungalow (LB2S) from: ZAR 700
Mokala National Park Lilydale, Bungalow (BD3) from: ZAR 790
Mokala National Park Motswedi, Camp Site (CK6) from: ZAR 400
Mokala National Park Haak-en-Steek, Bungalow (BD4D) from: ZAR 1080
Mokala National Park Mosu Lodge, Family Bungalow (FB2S) from: ZAR 1045
Mokala National Park Lilydale, Chalet (CH3D) from: ZAR 790

Mokala National Park

Mokala is SANParks newest park, situated approximately 80km south-southwest of Kimberley, and west of the N12 freeway to Cape Town. Nestled in the hills, Mokala's landscape boasts a variety of koppieveld (hills) and large open plains.The name Mokala means “Camel Thorn” in Setswana and is apt for the area in which the Park is situated. The Camel Thorn is a common tree in arid areas and dry woodlands and is an important tree species in the desert biome of Southern Africa. The conditions found in the Mokala National Park are ideal for the growth of these trees. Mokala’s landscape is varied and ranges from open plains to small hills, commonly called 'koppieveld'. The Camel Thorn provides the staple food for most of the large animals in the Park. Certain parts of the Camel Thorn have been used for centuries by local tribes for traditional medicines to treat colds, coughs and nosebleeds.