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Re: Mokala NP: advice, etc

Unread post by gannet » Thu Aug 25, 2016 2:24 pm

Mosu Lodge Mokala: never been there, but very keen to go :) - we do self-catering with possibly a meal in the restaurant.
-is anyone able to advise which units numbers (including unit codes) have the best/good views of the waterhole?
-read about porter/luggage trolley 'bags-to-unit' - not a problem.

DinkyBird - your unit #6 - photos look great - which unit type was it?
Self Catering Bungalow (SCB2S) (7 units) / Family Bungalow (FB2S) (3 units) / Luxury Bungalow (LB2D) (2 units)

Thanks, Ian
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Re: Mokala NP: advice, etc

Unread post by Stoffel » Sat Aug 27, 2016 11:40 am

The Luxury Bungalows (LB2D) are by far the best. There is only two of them - unfortumately I cannot remember the numbers. But if you phone, Elsa Heyns will be able to assist. The best one is the one on the far left (on the photo you attached) nearest to the water hole, and the other LB2D is right behind it. The latter also has a reasonable view on the water hole, but the front one (if I remember correctly the unit name is "Duiker") is by far the best.

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Re: Mokala NP: advice, etc

Unread post by inyanga 1 » Sat Aug 27, 2016 1:04 pm

As Stoffel said the two with the best view are the bungalows the top two together to the left of the green patch. Since there are only two you can't fail.

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We've twice stayed in these two units LB2D with a great view of game coming down to the waterhole which is on the right.Image

However the restaurant has a number of very comfortable chairs on their stoep overlooking the waterhole. Many an hour can be spent there...

There are two small units between these and the restaurent - think they're for two but no braai etc. They do look straight over the waterhole tho !
A very short walk to restaurant/pool

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umtali1's Nuggets from a trip to Mokala and KNP, Oct. '13.https://www.sanparks.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=75574
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Re: Mokala NP: advice, etc

Unread post by gannet » Sat Aug 27, 2016 2:20 pm

Thanks for the info, Stoffel & inyanga 1 - much appreciated, Ian
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