In the midst of the dramatic landscape of the Tuli Block, between the Limpopo River and imposing sandstone formations Tuli Safari Lodge has created a classic home from home safari lodge reminiscent of a bygone time. The established team of friendly staff offer guests a personalised and relaxed stay where families are not just tolerated, but welcomed.
Accommodation and facilities at Tuli Safari Lodge
Situated in peaceful grounds under the shade of ancient Nyala berry trees the lodge offers 8 quality suites. Three of the suites are slightly different in size, layout and position to the lodge but all the eight suites provide the same quality decor and facilities. These include en-suite bathrooms with bath and/or shower, indoor and outdoor sitting areas, air conditioning and tea/coffee making facilities.
Activities at Tuli Safari Lodge:
Tuli has dramatic rocky scenery, quite unlike the rest of Botswana. Guests can see a variety of wildlife from elephant to wild dog, plains game and a huge variety of the smaller but no less interesting species like spring hares, elephant shrew, genet and civets.
- Game drives and guided walks are undertaken with experienced guides. When you’re not out in the bush, eating or sleeping, there’s plenty to do within the lodge.
Tour the conservation centre with interesting displays on the area’s birds, mammals, reptiles, insects, geology, vegetation and astronomy.
In addition to the two game activities per day are included in your stay there are many other things that you may wish to do whilst at Tuli:
Getting there: Tuli Safari Lodge is an easy four and a half drive from Johannesburg via Polokwane to Pontdrift on an excellent tar road. 2 x 4 and normal sedan vehicles remain at the Pontdrift border post, where it will be looked after. During the summer months when the Limpopo River is flooded, guests leave their vehicles at the South African border post and take the cable car across the river to Botswana. During the winter months a Tuli Safari Lodge ranger will transfer you to the lodge from Pontdrift border post in one of their safari vehicles.
- Horse rides with a well-established nearby horseback safari operator
- Community visit
- Mapungubwe World Heritage Site
- Venetia Wild Dog Project
- Day trips to the confluence where Botswana meets Zimbabwe.
Light aircraft transfers can be arranged for guests wishing to include Tuli in theor