A Botswana safari in Tuli combines exciting game viewing, scenic landscapes and fascinating history in a unique corner of Africa. Tuli Safari Lodge is situated on the banks of the Limpopo River with a backdrop of sandstone hills. Enjoy a beautiful oasis, shaded by huge Nyala-berry trees and surrounded by immaculate lawns.
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve offers a diverse range of wildlife but is renowned for its herds of Elephant. Apart from being home to the largest Elephant population on private land in Africa, the reserve also host Leopard and a newly introduced pack of Wild Dog. Tuli is recognised as an Important Bird Area with over 350 species recorded.
Knowledgeable Tuli Safari Lodge rangers conduct morning and evening game drives in open 4x4 vehicles and guided bush walks. See members of the Big Five and also Cheetah, Wildebeest, Eland and Zebra to name a few. The thrill of night time game viewing with the chance to see the rare Aardwolf, Civet, Genet, African wild cat, spring Hare, Porcupine and Antbear.
After a game drive or walk on your Botswana safari, retreat to the swimming pool with its shallow section for children and secluded position against a rocky outcrop. You could relax in the hide which overlooks a waterhole, or find a bench at the riverside and spot passing wildlife. There is also the Star Deck on a sandstone kopje (hill) which is the place to be for sweeping views of the plain and its display of baobab trees.
Meals are wholesome and satisfying and served in various indoor and al-fresco settings. Enjoy coffee, tea, muffins and other delights during morning game activities and brunch on your return. There is high tea in the afternoons and sundowner snacks during the afternoon game activity followed by dinner. Dietary requirements can be catered for with advance notice.
All children are welcome at Tuli Safari Lodge under strict adult supervision. There are children's rates and meals can be arranged on request. Activity packs are available, and a babysitting service is offered at an additional charge. Children under 12 may not participate in bush walks. Game drives with children under the age of 12 will require an exclusive vehicle booking.
It is advisable to take anti-malaria medication. Guests should wear long-sleeved clothing and trousers - especially at dusk and in the evenings.