The Northern Tuli Game Reserve is one of the most unique and beautiful places within Africa and the scenery really is unlike any other part of Botswana. A mystical combination of stunning rock formations, unusual shapedkopjes, spectacular landscapes and an abundance of wildlife. This article will look into the unique and scenic spots your clients can see during their stay in Eastern Botswana.
The Confluence Not only is the varied topography exclusive to this part of Botswana, clients can also experience the confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo rivers, a scenic spot where two rivers and three countries meet.
Situated in Tuli Block, clients can visit Solomon’s Wall, a remarkable geological feature that is thirty metres high. This basalt dyke once formed a natural dam and held back a great lake, with waterfalls spilling over the dyke. This would be the perfect place for clients to sit back and enjoy a picnic, whilst enjoying the endless views.
The quaint village of Motlhabaneng provides a cultural and historical dimension to Botswana through a series of rock paintings on the outskirts of the village. Depicting people, animals, hunting scenes and mythological creatures, fromthe San’s cosmology and belief system, all the paintings overlook the Motloutse River, making for an extraordinary view of the landscape.
During the trip to the village, clients can meet the village chief, take a guided tour and visit the Tsatsi le Dule Basket Group where they will see creative, local ladies making traditional crafts. There is also the opportunity to visit a local school to learn more about the culture and history of the village.
Hides in Tuli Game Reserve
To gain a different perspective, clients can visit several hides situated across the reserve, while stayingat Tuli Safari Lodge. There’s also an option to sleep out at one of their hides. Equipped with a simple toilet and shower, this gives clients the chance to experience the sights and sounds of the African night.
Tuli Safari Lodge
In the easternmost part of Botswana, where the country meets its neighbours, South Africa and Zimbabwe, and just ten minutes from Pont Drift border post and Limpopo Valley airfield, is Tuli Safari Lodge.
Its ten elegant suites are nestled in peaceful, spacious gardens and shaded by ancient trees. Eight tented suites have spacious and airy interiors with a modern take on classic “Out of Africa” décor. Large wrap-around decks provide a relaxing outdoor space. The two classic suites are furnished and designed to the same high standard, but are thatched and with solid walls and a shaded verandah.
Rates start from $460pppn. For more information, please contact Tim Henshall, firstname.lastname@example.org