Welcome to Tuli
Tuli Safari Lodge celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2014, making it one of Botswana’s longest established photographic safari lodges.
Following the damage sustained in the devastating floods
earlier this year, we decided to embark on a major refurbishment project to upgrade
and enhance the lodge.
Our aim is to retain what everyone loved about the lodge -
its charm, quirkiness, authenticity and history - whilst expanding our capacity and making lots of 'behind the scenes' improvements. Above is a sneak preview of one of our 8 new suites, to complement the 3 existing suites which will be fully refurbished to the same standard.
The lodge is currently closed and will reopen in August - bookings can be made from 4th August. We look forward to welcoming you to the 'new' Tuli!
For further information please contact Tuli Safari Lodge on +267-2645303/43 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a real magic to Tuli …. a timeless Botswana safari in a majestic wilderness setting, easily accessible from South Africa
Northern Tuli Game Reserve
is located in the easternmost corner of
, close to the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site in South Africa.
Here is a unique, timeless corner of Africa where nature and culture combine in
spectacular wildlife , breathtaking landscapes and fascinating history -
known as the Land of Giants
(on some maps it is called the Mashatu Game Reserve or just the Tuli Block).
Set in spacious gardens along the
banks of the Limpopo River
against a backdrop of stunning sandstone outcrops,
Tuli Safari Lodge
is also unique. Here the welcome is genuinely warm and the ambience is charmingly ageless.
Each day brings a new adventure as Tuli offers a
truly authentic wildlife experience.
Game drives and bush walks with exceptional guides, hides tucked away in the bush (where you can also stay overnight for the ultimate back-to-nature experience!) and horse rides in the wild.
Tuli makes a great getaway destination, combines well with a trip to Mapungubwe or the Kruger National Park and is also a
natural staging post for guests travelling between South Africa, Botswana and