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I recently visited Motswiri Private Safari Lodge . The staff were extremely friendly and helpful . Tshepo was wonderful and always attentive to our needs . The food at the lodge was delicious . We asked for a gluten free menu and the catering staff...More
This is a nice, small and intimate lodge. Medium-high budget. well kept, very nice, late rooms with a large deck. Drives are good, but rangers could be better. Food is average, nothing to write home about.
All in all, good lodge, without being spectacular; Accepts...More
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been to madikwe before and Motswiri is above the rest!staff were extremely helpful and friendly...rooms were superd...game Ranger and game drives were so exciting!will definitely go there again.there is not on thing that I would change about the place!
Motswiri Private Safari Lodge very kindly offereed to host me (Candice) from Primaluce Tours & Safaris this past weekend. Unfortunately, I only arrived late at night, yet I was greeted by such a warm and welcoming team. Hanri & Andre made me feel so welcome....More
What a most pleasant experience. From the 4.5 hour drive from Pretoria to the front door of this place, commenced one of my best lifetime experiences. Geraldine greated us as we drove up with welcomes and refreshing beverages and warm towels. The lodge was charming....More
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We stayed in a villa in March, a brief walk on a clean, dirt and gravel path to the main lodge and dining area (a few minutes walk). We had a coffee/tea maker in the room, but don't recall any other items. Our meals were... More
We stayed in a villa in March, a brief walk on a clean, dirt and gravel path to the main lodge and dining area (a few minutes walk). We had a coffee/tea maker in the room, but don't recall any other items. Our meals were included in the price (other than alcohol, an added cost), provided at the lodge in a schedule coordinated with the twice-a-day game drives. We brought nothing with us for food and needed nothing. Good food, very nice facilities, great guides and drives. Well worth it!