Tuli Lodge: Tuli Block Botswana : Festive Season Special Children under 12 stay FREE. 13-18 years pay 50%
Tuli Safari Lodge is situated in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve – a unique and historically significant location where the country meets its neighbours Zimbabwe and South Africa, and at the confluence of two great rivers; the Limpopo and the Shashe.
Tuli is scenically very different from the rest of Botswana, with varied topography and habitats
The Reserve is fascinating from a historical perspective. Bushmen paintings provide a reminder of the area’s original inhabitants thousands of years ago. Remains of ancient settlements relating to the Mapungubwe era (circa 1075-1220 AD) are dotted throughout the area, the most significant being the rock art in the area surrounding the Limpopo and Motloutse Rivers.
The reserve also played a role in Rhodes’ Southern African empire-building and witnessed several conflicts during the Boer War.
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve is a true haven for wildlife. There are 48 large mammal species in the reserve, totaling approximately twenty thousand animals; which include elephant, fifteen large herbivore species, and three large cat species to mention but a few. Tuli Safari Lodge is one of the few places where elephant shrews and elephants are (almost) guaranteed sightings, sometimes from the same location at the same time!