Moela Safari

Hidden Gem

Mind Blowing and transformative wildlife experiences

The largest migration in Southern Africa resides in the Boteti River valley for at least six months of the year and guests at Moela have front row seats to witness this bucket list phenomenon. This is safari heaven and during the green season, one can still enjoy the migration from the air, taking a scenic helicopter flight over the pans. The lodge was built by the local Batswana women and is a work of art – unique and luxurious!

Moela sits within a 770-hectare private concession and with vast numbers of wildlife coming straight to the lodge as well as access to the Makgadikgadi NP and Nxai Pans, they are perfectly located to enjoy an array of areas and diverse activities as well as being the ideal location to relax and enjoy the game viewing right from the lodge. There is nothing quite like it, it needs to be front and centre when coming on a Botswana safari.

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Stand Out Experiences

  • Guests at Moela have front row seats to witness the largest migration in Southern Africa right from the luxury lodge.
  • Enjoy the rare opportunity to track animals and learn from the ancient Ju/’hoansi San people as well as include unique activities like taking the San Bushmen on a game drive.
  • Immersive and purposeful community visits as Moela is a joint venture with the local community.

Unique Media

Imvelo Safari Lodges - Elephant parade - Credit Dennus Baum1
Watch the largest migration in Southern Africa from Moela Safari!
Moela Safari - Main Lodge (6)
The best bush spa in Africa right from Moela Safari
Moela Safari - Bushmen activity (3)
Safari with the ancient bushmen at Moela! A unique and purposeful experience

Thank You

Thank you to Imvelo Safari Lodges, Mark Butcher, Hauke Dressler, Logan Carter, Duncan Watson, Amy Olivier, Brendan Judge, Will Whitford, Gemma Catlin, Victoria Falls River Lodge, Golden Africa Safaris, David Dugmore for their incredible imagery. For any information on these photographers please contact Africa Hidden Gems.