Situated in the north-eastern Tuli enclave of Botswana lies Mashatu Game Reserve -an area of history and legend, offering some of the most exciting game viewing in Africa. Mashatu is also the home of no less than seven of Africa's giants: the African Elephant, the Baobab tree, the Eland, the Ostrich, the Kori Bustard, Kipling's mighty Limpopo River and the Giraffe.
It is proper therefore, that some 75 000 acres of well-preserved game land be set aside for these distinctive, phenomenal features of this exhilarating continent. It is still home to large herds of Elephant, prides of Lion, Leopard and Cheetah. The tented camp is known as a place of incomparable exquisiteness.
There are daily flights and transfers to Mashatu from Johannesburg and Pretoria. Air Charters are available as well. The following airports can be used: Johannesburg International Airport, Polokwane Airport (previously Pietersburg) and Limpopo Valley Airfield.
All road and charter transfers are based on a minimum of 2 people travelling. Luggage on the charter flights may be no more than 15 kilograms (33 pounds) per person in soft bags. The Pont Drift Border Post closes at 4:00pm and that these times are strictly enforced.
Any transfers required earlier or later than the scheduled collections from the Limpopo Valley Airfield (11:30am) or the Pont Drift Border Post (11:45am and 1:00pm) will incur a special transfer fee. Transfers back to the Pont Drift Border are arranged daily at 10:30am. Mashatu Game Reserve may not be held liable for any rate fluctuations.