is a uniquely structured free title ownership project designed to provide ownership
of your own share
in a secure
and professionally managed private game reserve consisting of more than
10 000 hectares of
in excess of R12 million worth of game. This significantly reduces the cost of ownership to those of you who have often dreamed
of owning your own farm
but where traditional methods of game farm ownership have restricted this goal to remain as just a dream.
The Mokaikai ownership option now brings this dream to reality by drastically reducing the cost of effectively owning your own game farm, and allows you the freedom to just arrive and be able to relax in the vast outdoors and when your stay is over you can simply "lock up and go".
unique Mokaikai development is limited to 36 freehold sites of 1 hectare each (10 000m2),
strategically situated around a hill overlooking great bushveld plains in the Blue Waterberg mountains region.
Mokaikai owners invest in a mature and professionally managed reserve, which has operated successfully for the past twenty-three years and provides the following:
More than 400km of game drive roads.
Fence line management roads, and privately manned and secured entrance gatehouse.
Roads to each of the developed 36 sites.
Electricity to each lodge site from eight Eskom transformer
sites on Mokaikai.
More than 2 000 head of over 50 species of game, 300 species of birds, and over 50 species of trees, are to be found in the reserve.
Electrified game fencing
around the entire 47km perimeter fence around the Greater
Mabula Private Game Reserve.
Sixteen dams and waterholes
throughout the reserve.
Borehole water provided to
each lodge site.
Owners are required to pass the prescribed game rangers course which entitles them to use all the roads of The Greater Mabula Private Game Reserve.
Lodge owners are entitled to have their own private game drive vehicle which they may use throughout the over 400km’s of roads on The Greater Mabula Private Game Reserve.
Private vehicles are only permitted on the main roads between camps and the gate and the lodge.
No commercial activities are allowed save for the owner of the Mabula Lodge, who owns all commercial rights.