Mokala National Park is not a farm in the usual sense but a National Park with lodging. You actually cannot explore the park on foot, since there are game that are potentially dangerous (no lions, but there are Cape Buffalo and Rhino). The park is a breeding facility that serves to increase numbers of endangered wildlife to help restock other parks. The landscape is natural and there are some picnic areas that are open to “careful strolling”, and in the “fenced” lodge area there is a small area of natural rocky terrain with a few succulents. “Fenced” here refers to a very short electrified fence that you could step over if you had to. But as there are no predators, nor elephants, and the rhino and Cape Buffalo tend to stay in other parts of the Park, it is safe to wander around the lodge area at night (of course leopard may be present anywhere). Food was excellent! Large Leopard tortoises hang out eating the grass around the lodge and at night Springhare are evident by their bright eyeshine.
The Sofdam bird hide provides many opportunities to observe a variety of animals. Below some examples of what we saw during one of our visits to the hide.