Tswalu Motse Lodge (Motse: Tswana for house/lodge) faces westward across the grasslands of the Kalahari. Designed to blend inconspicuously into the mountain range, Motse is surrounded by nine spacious suites, including 3-family suites, and accommodates a maximum of 18 guests. Each of the air conditioned suites features a spacious bedroom, en suite bathroom, both inside and outside showers, separate dressing area, lounge with open fire place, Wi-Fi, complimentary bar with spirits, mixers, coffee-tea station and homemade gourmet snack pantry. In between game activities enjoy relaxing on your private deck featuring a sun and star-bed.
The main lodge is decorated with an eclectic mix of traditional décor, rich fabrics and unique artisan pieces. The Motse boasts a photographic studio,
National Geographic library, indoor-outdoor dining areas and walk-in wine cellar with its center piece a vast open fireplace soaring up high into its
roof. A veranda overlooks the outdoor heated swimming pool and pool terrace.
Activities offered include day and night game drives and walking
safaris, and horseback riding. As part of the game drives, you will be able to visit the Mokwalo site (Tswana for "engravings"), renowned for its Bushman
history. The site is from the later Stone Age and you may examine tools from this period, as well as San engravings and one of the most developed
groups of cupules in the world.
Experience the Malori Star-Bed, allowing you to sleep out under the Kalahari skies. The private retreat features a king-size bed on a raised deck located
in the middle of the reserve. Luxurious linens, robes and slippers, adjacent bathroom offer comfort. You will be transferred to the star-bed in time
for sundowners, followed by dinner and breakfast is served the next morning (maximum of 4 people – additional charges apply).
A single-engine helicopter is available for private helicopter flights and excursions to nearby points of interest and historical landmarks (maximum of 4 people – additional charges apply).