Moafrika Lodge

Moafrika Lodge

120 Sandham Road Norton Home Estate, Benoni 1501 South Africa
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Welcome to MoAfrika Lodge. MoAfrika literally means 'African People' in the language of the local Sotho populace, the original inhabitants of the Highveld. Your host, Anthony, has skillfully created a unique lodge in which an African theme induces a warm welcome for guests. Set on a 8000 square metre land through which a stream flows, MoAfrika Lodge provides a rustic and tranquil setting where guests can unwind in a relaxed and country atmosphere. Why book yourself into a Hotel or Guest Houses when you can stay here at MoAfrika Lodge? MoAfrika Lodge has evolved from Anthony's place which has been operating since 2006. MoAfrika Lodge offers comfortable and stylish accommodation. Our rooms are spacious and are tastefully decorated in a truly African style. A large dining room and lounge flow unobtrusively into the cosy bar area. Guests may unwind around our sparkling swimming pool and enclosed wooden deck. MoAfrika Lodge is very conveniently situated less than 10km from Johannesburg Airport, O.R Tambo.
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Free airport transportation
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Phil E wrote a review Oct 2012
Scotland35 contributions14 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Non pretentious! Facilities are excellent for the price, beds are über large , hot water always available, coffee and tea making facilities in the room (superior). Wireless Internet available and useable on the site and wired terminals 2 off also available and functional, printing facilities by arrangement - just organise with Andrew. Bar prices more than very competitive.

Being met at the airport by Andrew and Anthony ensured that our first trip to SA and Josi would not start on the wrong foot, 15mins drive to Benoni and there was MoAfrika lodge. Stepping out of the car we were greeted by the three lodge Rotweilers who were very friendly with everyone inside the lodge boundaries. (And even more friendly if you are possession of food). After 26 hours of transit a power rest was in order so we took a 2 hour beak in the air conditioned room after which we chilled on the lodge site in the early spring sunshine whilst planning the day excursions we wished to take in and around Jozi and Pretoria over the forthcoming couple of days.

Tours taken
Sterkfontein & Maropeng Cradle of humankind visitor centre.
Very interesting limestone caves couldn't get entry in to the visitor centre as it was national heritage day and severalteen thousand folks had been bused in from the surrounding townships for an open entry day. Still, the live bands and other entertainment were good.

Totally Jozi -with our guide Nick -
covering Soweto (and an off the beaten track walk about in a non-tourist marketplace and a shared beer in the local shabeen schap! schap!); The Apartheid Museum ( an eye opener as to what really went on ); Johannesburg CBD; Constitution Hill and the Old city jail ( another eye opener into man's inhumanity to man); Carlton centre - a superb city view although the lift ride was somewhat bumpy!. one phenomenal day made all the better by the knowledge brought by our Guide Nick - MANY THANKS.

Voortrekker monument and Pretoria
well worth the visit,giving information and insight into earlier history of the country and the original dutch settlers (Voortrekker).and the usual human condition of the powerful displacing the not so powerful, covering indigenous and English and Portuguese. excellent view from the top of the monument. A final drive around Pretoria with a 2 hour visit to the union buildings and the superb gardens there.

We additionally arranged a 6 day Safari to Tremisana on the Balule reserve through Anthony with a return back to Mo Afrika for a couple of day chilling prior to taking the train onward to CapeTown.

All in all the travel arrangements, tours and the discounts arranged by Anthony made for a great value for money visit to Jozi and the Kruger. Finally, dropping us off at Rhodesfield Guautrain station for onward travel to park railway station was much appreciated as we also got to experience the Gautrain.

Many thanks to all staff at Moafrika for a chilled time!
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Date of stay: September 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Frank L wrote a review Jan 2017
Luxembourg938 contributions437 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
The lodge is situated in a quiet area approximately 15 minutes from the airport: great for a pre- or post accommodation to your safari tour. Rooms are spacious and clean. Staff is friendly and helpful and they provide a range of good tours as well. Great lodge if you want to stay outside the bustle of central Jo'burg.
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Date of stay: December 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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spamobile wrote a review Dec 2013
Waitomo Caves, New Zealand591 contributions261 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed here for just one day after arriving in Johannesburg airport.
it's conveniently located, if you have a car or cab, but not so close you hear the airport.
it's basic, but the space you get is great, big bed, sleeps well, good shower. After a long series of flights it's good to relax on the first day. Pool is a bit basic as are the other amenities but it is value for money, you won't get it that good in Western Europe for that money!
Would i stay again, yes, sure, why not, it does the job. The owner, manager, or whatever he is was very friendly and helpful.
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Date of stay: November 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dan8319 wrote a review Sept 2013
Ludwigsburg, Germany933 contributions527 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The lodge is close to the airport and the building itself is okay but gloomy. The beds are warm and comfty, the rooms cold and dark, nice bathrooms and hot water.
We stayed here one night, then travelled for 10 days and stayed again one night before flying home. We booked this hotel because transfer from and to the airport was offered.
The first time we had to wait for 2 full hours before we were collected. I had given my mobile phone number so we could be contacted if anything was wrong but nothing happened. We just waited and waited and had to asked ourselves whether they would still come. After 2 hours a driver came. His explanation was that he had to take some other guests to the lodge because they didn't want to wait for us. It takes half an hour to get to the lodge and back. We waited for 2 hours. Well...
When we left I talked to the receptionist and told him our flight number, carrier, date, arrival time and specifically asked to not wait that long.
The second time we waited for 2.5 hours. It was unbelievable. I had told the owner that I couldn't make calls because it was superexpensive to make calls in South Africa with a European phone. Finally I didn't see any other alternative than calling. And this is when the drama began. The owner told me that the driver had been there but we hadn't - which was simply a blatant lie. We had been standing at the appointed place for 2.5 hours. It was outrageous, really. Then I was told I should have called from the beginning - right! - We remember that I didn't want to make calls because of the costs... It was then that he told me I could have made a call from the information desk for free. Thank you for telling me AFTERWARDS.
Finally a driver made his way to us and took us to the lodge. The receptionist we had talked to 10 days earlier told us that he was so sorry. Perhaps I hadn't given the flight number to the lodge? I told him I did. Perhaps my e-mail didn't reach them. I told him I had talked to him IN PERSON, and he had written all the information down. Lies, lies, lies... We were so angry.
When we wanted to have dinner, rice was out, vegetables were out, beef was out, stew was out, African beer was out, tea was out. Aha. They advertise Internet access (we wanted to check in). Guess what - the Internet didn't work.
Bed sheets and towels had stains.
Never again.
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Date of stay: September 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Melodee P wrote a review Dec 2013
Dubai, United Arab Emirates39 contributions23 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I had booked to stay at this lodge for a one night layover in Johannesburg. The representative met me late and told me to wait for another guest. Then another gentleman arrived, grabbed my suitcase and walked off while talking in a local language with the rep. No effort was made to introduce me to the other gentleman or offer an explanation for what was going on. I was bundled into a full van with other disgruntled guests who apparently were kept waiting for my arrival. When I presented my booking confirmation, confusion ensued. The lodge was fully booked and they did not have a room available; this despite my having e-mailed Anthony to confirm my booking and received a reply that all was in order. Finally, I was told that they were going to 'upgrade' me to a room in Club Safari. Although I was disappointed, I was satisfied to have a place to lay my head for the night. Then I was asked to wait while the driver had dinner. There is a cut-off time for placing dinner orders and it would have been gracious to be allowed to have dinner there since I had to wait for the driver.
Club Safari was very disappointing - see review. Although I'd have liked to have the MoAfrika experience, I am not going to risk booking it again.
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Date of stay: August 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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MartijnFH wrote a review Oct 2015
Houten, The Netherlands33 contributions17 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Spent the first night here during our South Africa trip. Didn't start very well, as we arrived at Johannesburg Airport and the transfer to the hotel was not waiting where it was supposed to be waiting. Had to call the lodge (the number provided to us did not work, so had to go online to find another number, resulting in significant mobile provider costs on the first day already) and had to chase the lodge three times as the statement 'the driver is underway' meant a 2 hour waiting period (on a 15 minute trip). In the end we were the last tourists waiting at Jo'burg Airport on a late Monday evening, not a very good feeling to start the holiday with. The hotel itself was ok for a single night on arrival, but definitely not something we would return to, mainly due to 1) beds were about 1.20m wide and 1.60m long. As both my wife and I are between 1.85m and 1.89m it meant we were hardly able to sleep at all, 2) the room was not very clean, with hairs of previous occupants still on the bed and towels and 3) breakfast was very limited and not very structured. Additionally it was very annoying that we were preparing to check-out and had to wait for the cable guy to double-check the tv connections in our room, I cannot understand why they could not have them wait 15 minutes to give their guests the opportunity to check-out. Next time I would book a different accomodation.

My rating for an accomodation is primarily based on the most important elements of an accomodation: quality of the beds, comfort of sleeping and the breakfast (and since this is 2015: availability of (free) Wi-Fi). Furthermore additional elements like e.g. providing of information by the host, availability of an (honesty) bar and location of the accomodation.
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Date of stay: September 2015
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jkh783 wrote a review Sept 2014
Calgary55 contributions46 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
If you look at my previous reviews you'll see I don't complain often. But this place is awful and honestly a bit of a scam! They don't have wifi, they really don't. If you look at all of the reviews, everyone says the same thing, they will tell you it is "down today" but it really never works. The rooms are big but the bed was really uncomfortable and the bathrooms are TINY with little hot water. The food is downright terrible and takes forever (they don't seem to have a dedicated cook, they managed to rustle someone up for the 6 of us that night, and would only cook about 3 things that were on the menu). And the tours are expensive and very disorganized, we had a lot of trouble with ours and seemingly so did everyone else there who took one. We ended up checking out a day early (no refund was given and the manager was quite rude about it) and stayed our last night at a hotel at the airport. Honestly, save your money and stay somewhere else.
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Date of stay: March 2014
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from moafrika1, General Manager at Moafrika Lodge
Responded 14 Oct 2014
Dear Valued guest, thank you for your feedback regarding your stay in March. All comments are taken into consideration to see where we can improve and higher our service. MoAfrika lodge is under new management and a lot has improved since then. Our tours are customized to suit our guests as best possible and we have specials running on a daily basis. Wishing you safe travels. Kindest Regards MoAfrika Management Team
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motive8now wrote a review Sept 2013
Kansas City, Missouri9 contributions5 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and our 11 year old son arrived after dark. The guy was waiting for us at the airport after we found our luggage. However, it would be more helpful if he had a sign that said, "MoAfrika" on it--I just kind of asked around until I found the right person. He managed to get all of our luggage (6 weeks worth) in the small car (nice though). We arrived and were greeted by 4 huge rottweilers. Terrified at first, but they were harmless and soon we decided we needed to take one home with us. :) We were there in June and July or maybe it was 2 different times in June (earlier June and later June). Honestly speaking, we didn't see any other guests there when we arrived. We were given a key to our room and had help with our bags. It was very dark (even with lights on), very cold, and just gave us a weird feeling. My husband passed on dinner, but we were told we could go to the dining room and tell the cook what we wanted and he would make us something. My son and I both had chicken and fries and it was DELICIOUS...so we don't agree with all the bad comments we read about the food, we were pleased. Granted, it was dark in there, we were alone, we had coats on. Brrr...we went back to our room and my husband said, "Don't unpack, we are leaving in the morning." We didn't have ample adapters (plug ins), no light at desk, and intermittent internet. My husband was there to work (on business) and we had to have those things. I told him, let's just wait until morning, and see how we feel after a night's sleep. We had been up forever traveling from the US to London to Dubai to S. Africa. The next morning, I went to find someone to ask about the things we needed. I just kindly explained our situation and said I needed help. They were so accommodating. Immediately they found the power strips, adapters, lamps, everything we needed. Oh, and a space heater to help with the temperature since we were freezing. We were concerned about the lack of communication regarding food/meals/what is available, etc. There isn't public transportation or anything out that far and we didn't have a car. So, we decided we would rent a car. We felt kind of like "prisoners" in the sense that we couldn't go anywhere, didn't even have a vending machine, etc. We did, though, go for walks with those big dogs every day. Our son called them his "posse'"---funny. The location does seem to be in the middle of no where and it just felt awkward. We were given a free ride to the airport to rent a car (the transport guy had to go to the airport to pick up people anyway). Once we had a car, the adventure began for us! We felt like we could go to the store and get some more food instead of only what was available. I must tell you, we had NO problems with Andre's cooking or any of the other staff's cooking. The food was always good. Also, we were even able to pay the staff to do our laundry for us (since we didn't know where or how to do that in the area). We came back from a day trip (on our own) to find all of our clothes hanging out on the line. Yea! Clean clothes! It was incredibly reasonable and done well. Some of the staff played with our son, entertained his questions, and helped keep the younger, more playful dog away from him. As soon as one staff would stand up with a pool stick, the dog would leave him alone. So, from that point on, our son would take the pool stick with him when we'd go for our walks with the dogs. We even bought the dogs treats. They were wonderful. And, to be honest, I felt safer with the dogs there. If they barked, you knew someone was walking by. We enjoyed sitting on the deck in the sun (since we were so cold) and just hanging out and visiting. They were like family to us. We wished we could take them home. We realize that others are not so accepting of cultures that different from ours, but if people would just take time to speak to an individual if there is a concern, or try to learn more about how things work in the country or city or facility they are staying, then life would be so much easier for everyone. Sure, I agree with some of the comments on here, but we got nothing but EXCELLENT assistance here. We enjoyed speaking with the everyone. They work well as a team and were always pleasant. And guess what, by the time we left, there was a vending machine that sold drinks! :) They are always making improvements. This place was kind of a scary drive to get to and we had uncomfortable feelings, but I'm telling you, give it a chance. The memories we made while in South Africa and also at Mo Afrika are memories that would not be near as happy without the interaction of the people at Mo Afrika. Oh, one more IMPORTANT thing. Make sure you ask what the blue thing that looks like a key fob is and don't go messing around with it. It was on a end table next to the bed. Our son discovered it and we thought that someone just left it there--like a previous guest or someone. So, he was pushing around on it, noticing how it lit up when you pushed the button. He kept pushing it. He showed it to us. We talked about how those things worked. We took it apart and put it back together. Well, within about 10 minutes we heard dogs barking like crazy. We also were greeted with the biggest armed and uniformed man I've ever seen (tallest/strongest) banging on our door. We answered the door very hesitantly, it was a police officer. Oh my goodness. What a story to tell. Our son was pushing a "panic button" all that time and they thought something was wrong. The perimeter had been surrounded and secured and the police were knocking at our door. Quite a night! I think our son didn't go to sleep for about 3 hours after that. (And that was at like 11 p.m. at night! :) So, being informed about what the "panic button" was when we checked in would have been quite useful information. We have travelled all over the world and have never seen one of those. After that we slept much better--just knowing we had a "panic button" available was comfort. Oh, we were gone for a total of 6 weeks and the beds at Mo Afrika were the best beds we had the entire trip! So comfortable. We also had issues with dribbling water (hardly any water) once in a while--a couple of power outages--intermittent internet...but you know what! We had cement floors not dirt floors. We had food 3 times a day that was a good price and pretty darn good. We had the most friendly people helping us that we met on our entire trip. We had "in-house" pets--nothing like 4 dogs to entertain an 11 year old boy. We had a very reasonable rate for the duration of our stay. And, we met some very nice and interesting people who also stayed there. Everyone we met was wonderful. Apparently the owner has another property. He offered to give us a deal on a room there (a higher end place to stay) and we declined. We loved each of the individuals at Mo Afrika and didn't want to leave them. Oh, one more thing. Andre makes the best Malva Pudding in all of South Afrika. And, I found 3 recipes and combined them and made adjustments and made this when I returned to the states at my parents' house. It will now be something we serve each year at Thanksgiving Dinner. YUM! Thanks for Mo Afrika for helping us make interesting, fun, worthwhile family travel memories.
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Date of stay: June 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: I think there might just be 8 rooms. I'm pretty sure we were in room 2. We were satisfied. It...
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Adriana F wrote a review Jan 2013
Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil754 contributions183 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Excellent place to stay in Johannesburg. 10 minutes ride from the airport (they pick you up and drop you off). Facilities are excellent, staff is very nice and welcoming, loved the place. Stayed there on my way to Cape Town coming from Kruger Park. Will definitely stay there again... on arrival the neighborhood seems a bit strange and desert, but the place is awsome...
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Date of stay: July 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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emmag11328 wrote a review Feb 2018
Southampton, United Kingdom9 contributions7 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
If you love animals PLEASE do not stay here, this was one of the most traumatic things I have ever witnessed. Stayed here two nights before an Acacia trip as this was where the tour departed from. However, I would not recommend anyone or Acacia to support this lodge.

As stated in other reviews the dogs here are not cared for at all. Covered in flees, ticks, barely fed any food and are not neutered. These dogs have litter after litter of puppies that are left out in the freezing cold at night with no food and barely any water. The puppies that were there when I stayed were clearly old enough to be on solids but were not given any food at all during the whole two days I was there (I know as I spent all my time with them) and the mother was thrown one morning only what could be described as a sheep stomach or something of the sort.

These puppies are starving and left in the daily heat and unfortunately this resulted in the death of one puppy. This puppy was in amongst the bushes out of sight but the smell was revolting and flies everywhere. To understand how hungry these poor puppies are, they started to eat the dead puppy!!!!

Of course I straight away informed Andrew - who I was told was in charge and he simply laughed at me and carried on doing his paper work. I cannot believe this horrible man, I clearly showed my distress and anger at the situation but he refused to do anything about it, and instead our tour guide (nothing to do with MoAfrika) had to dispose of the poor little puppy.

On top of this there is a black female dog there who is obviously very scared of people especially men. I asked another worker why this was the case, and was told that Andrew had beaten the dog for once entering inside the property.

On another occasion the male dog (father of the puppies) growled at the puppies for getting to close to him and Andrew repeatedly laughed and said 'go on eat them' to the dog. I repeatedly told him to not act in such a way, but he couldn't have cared less.

This man is appalling and has no kindness in his heart for any animal. He should not be allowed to run this place when the owner is away

I will be contacting the manager of MoAfrika directly, as well as Acacia to discourage them from using this lodge. I encourage the lodge to dismiss Andrew who I can only describe as an animal abuser and to take responsibility of your animals by taking them to the vets and GETTING THEM NEUTERED!!!!

Ohhh... and if you were still considering staying at this lodge consider that:

- There were ants everywhere in the room, including on the bed
- Barely everything on the menu was out of stock and you would easily wait up to an hour for some fries, but you have no other choice as there is nothing else near by!
- The door from the bathroom to the outside would not lock as they had 'lost the key' which did not make me feel very safe when staying on my own.
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Date of stay: January 2018
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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tammyjacks0n wrote a tip May 2016
Atlanta, Georgia1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"ask for the rooms in main building"
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GrahamAm wrote a tip Sept 2015
Camperdown, South Africa3 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All the rooms seem absolutely fine"
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Morgaine P wrote a tip Sept 2015
Greenville, North Carolina4 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms seemed pretty good. Sometimes dogs barking, but never while I was sleeping."
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yfish91 wrote a tip Jul 2015
Tyler, Texas1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"room 5 is private and has a tub in the bathroom"
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shamilColombo wrote a tip Jun 2015
colombo36 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"all rooms are great with a balcony view opening out to an open vast ostrich farm..."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Moafrika Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Moafrika Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Northmead Square (6.7 km), Glen Balad Mall (6.3 km), and Wild Kids Company (3.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Moafrika Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Moafrika Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Moafrika Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Moafrika Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Blue Mango Lodge & Okapi a la Carte restaurant, Fahrenheit, and Ocean Basket Oakfields.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Moafrika Lodge?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Moafrika Lodge have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Moafrika Lodge offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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Yes, Moafrika Lodge offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Moafrika Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Moafrika Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Franz Hoenig Hauz (15.1 km).
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