Molemane Eye

Beautiful ‘safari style’ units. An old water towerThe setting


11km from Ottoshoop on the Lichtenburg – Zeerust Road. The Eye and the Farm is a singular place. Its setting and abundance of attractions provide a an essential ingredient to enjoyment! The Molemane Eye is a historically significant place which includes a National Monument. The old Duncan-Rose farmhouse has been converted into a museum. Other developments include game stocking for breeding purposes with high value game species such as rhino, buffalo, sable and eland. The area has a rich cultural history, and mining connotations locally and in the immediate vicinity.


Its accessibility and proximity to Gauteng makes it an attractive weekend getaway. It is situated just off two major local and international tourist arteries – the N4 to Gaborone and the “Kalahari Super Highway”.


This is a development project funded out of the Provincial Capital Development Fund, to the tune of R8.3 million in 2003.


There is a central conference and entertainment area overlooking the dam and offering some catering facilities.


Fishing is only for persons resident in the reserve. Angling may be done in the dam for Bass on a catch and release basis and no live bait may be used – artificial lures with barbless hooks only.


Tented Camp accommodation is in en-suite safari tents along the lake edge. Caravan camp sites are also located along the river.


  • Entrance : R 20.00 per car
  • Adults : R45.00
  • Children : R20.00
  • Pensioners : R20.00
  • Tented Camp : R120.00 per night (max 2 persons per tent)
  • Safari Tents– bring your own bedding

  • Caravan/Camp Site : R120.00 with electricity(per site per night (max 6 persons per site)
  • Angling(per person including children) : R45.00
  • Conference Room incl. kitchen(per day) : R600.00
  • NOTE

  • An Additional levy of R30 per person on gate fees for foreigners
  • Parks will be allowed to determine charges for items not identitfied.