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Mokala National Park

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The isolated dolerite hills create a calming feeling of seclusion, with its large open sandy plains towards the north and west of the Park. Drainage lines from the hills form little tributaries that run into the plains and drain into the Riet River.

Don’t miss out on these: Tsessebe, Roan Antelope, Black Wildebeest, White Backed Vulture, Buffalo, Eland, Giraffe and indigenous plant species. No pets allowed.

Directions

From Kimberley: 57 km South on the N12 you will get to the Heiningneskloof / Hayfield crossing. Then turn right onto the Hayfield gravel road. Travel for 21km to the Mosu Gate on your right.

From Hopetown: 65km North on the N12 you will get to the Heiningneskloof / Hayfield crossing. Then turn left onto the Hayfield gravel road. Travel for 21km to the Mosu Gateon your right.

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