Rora Private Collection
The Rora Private Collection is a family owned and operated collection of luxury properties in Southern Africa, found in the untainted landscapes of the African bush and pristine beaches of South Africa’s Garden route.
All the properties are small and exclusive, with no more than eight suites, making them perfect exclusive-use destinations for those who prefer privacy and the safety of isolated environments.
The architecture and design of all the properties represents the family’s distinctive aesthetic – a collection of art and furniture collected from across the globe and carefully placed, revealing a story of their experiences and predilections.
It is an ultra-luxurious hideaway renowned for its bold and eclectic aesthetic. Its high fashion interiors that combine layers of luxurious textures and rich colours, a contemporary art collection and bespoke, contemporary furniture sourced from around the world, offer guests a neo safari experience.
Guests will find Molori a retreat that offers personalised service where they will experience thrilling game drives and bush walks led by award-winning guides, sublime cuisine, and luxury spa treatments - all personalised to their own preferences and time.
Due to the suites being so well placed, many couples, honeymooners and families who visit the lodge enjoy absolute privacy. International travellers, celebrities, presidents, and royal families are among the well-heeled, discerning travellers who have visited Molori.
Molori Safari Conservation
At Molori Safari we focus on ensuring that our guests leave with a deeper knowledge and rich experience of South Africa's natural assets. We tell the stories of the total ecosystem which makes up South Africa's magnificent natural environment which, includes our wildlife, insects, plants, people and cultural diversities.
We contribute to wildlife conservation in the Madikwe Game Reserve and throughout Africa through the Ichikowitz Family Foundation’s work in providing training of K9 units that specialise in anti-poaching programmes across the continent.