Situated on the C38, 25km west of the B1, Mokuti is set in its own small reserve, immediately next to Etosha's Von Lindequist Gate. This is the flagship of the Namib Sun Hotel group, with a number of awards for its excellent facilities. It feels like a rambling hotel – spread out, yet modern.
Mokuti's reserve has no very dangerous game, and is safe to wander around. Several short hiking trails are clearly marked, though it is equally easy to spot wandering antelope from the poolside. Look out for the bontebok, which are not indigenous, but come from the Cape. The lodge has conference facilities and a comfortable bar. A gift shop has the usual nature books, T-shirts, postcards and stamps. A fire in early 1997 burnt down much of its main building, but Mokuti has worked hard to rise from the ashes. Its normal accommodation is twin air-conditioned rooms with high thatched ceilings and en-suite facilities, which are scattered over lawns. There are a few more luxurious units, complete with double beds and separate lounges; several 'family units', which are cheaper if you are travelling with children; and two twin and two luxury units for disabled people.
Most people who stay here have their own cars, and drive themselves around eastern Etosha. However, Mokuti does run game drives into Etosha with its own vehicles and guides, which go for four hours in the morning, leaving at 07.30 winter time and 07:00 summer time, and for three hours in the afternoon, departing 15.00 until sunset. They cost N$275 per person per drive.