Tuli Safari Lodge is a great place to celebrate your special occasion or hold an exclusive function. The lodge is also one of only a handful of Botswana safari lodges which welcomes children of all ages. The Tuli area (and the lodge grounds!) is recognised as an Important Bird Area and is also a photographer/artist/geologist’s paradise!
From a surprise proposal of marriage for a couple at our hide … to a 60th birthday bash in the bush … or a small conference for 11 executives (more if sharing) … Tuli Safari Lodge can cater for a wide variety of functions and special occasions.
Weddings at Tuli are tailormade to each couple’s specific requirements, with several possible venues for the blessing ceremony and reception within the lodge’s idyllic grounds and out in the bush. Catering, linen, crockery, glassware and floral arrangements can all be organised and tailored to each couple’s chosen ‘theme’ and we can arrange a local pastor to perform the blessing. The wedding party guests (maximum 22 adults sharing) can enjoy a fantastic weekend getaway with safari activities included and/or the newly-weds can start their honeymoon with us.
Tuli is fantastic for families, with exceptionally child-friendly staff and a genuinely flexible approach.
Tuli Safari Lodge’s family-friendly facilities include:
- large swimming pool with shallow kids section
- extensive lodge grounds and a self-guided walking trail to explore
- babysitting service
- flexible meal times
- Kids@Tuli activity pack
All our suites are large enough to accommodate children under 12 on two single beds sharing with their parents if required. We can pair suites for families or friends who would like some separation without being too far apart. Depending on how busy the lodge is we may ask families with young children to book an exclusive vehicle and guide for their game drives – please enquire on booking.
Birding at Tuli
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve has been identified as an Important Bird Area and is home to a large number of resident as well as migrant birds, with 350 different species identified in the area and 90 recorded within the lodge grounds by particularly keen birders in just one morning! The ‘green’ season (usually November to April dependent on the rains) is a particularly fantastic time for birding. Birding enthusiasts can make use of our four hides situated at key locations in the reserve, as well as enjoying our guided safari activities.
Whether your interests lie in photography, art, geology, archaeology or astronomy just let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate your requirements!