The Northern Tuli Game Reserve established in 1964 is located at the historic site connecting the country with its neighbours Zimbabwe and South Africa where the Shashe and the Limpopo Rivers meet.
Dominated by sandstone hills and rock formations with a system of riverbeds, riverine forests, grasslands and marshes, Tuli is dubbed as ‘The Land of Giants’ due to the wildlife giants that roam its wilderness, and the enormous Baobab and Mashatu trees.
Northern Tuli Game Reserve Hotels
Tuli Safari Lodge$$$$
Varied safari adventures include game drives, bush walks, night drives, hides, meaningful community visits and an excursion to the meeting point of Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe opposite Mapungubwe World Heritage Site. 10 elegant suites nestle in Tuli Safari Lodge’s peaceful, spacious gardens. Eight tented suites with draped canvas over timber frames are spacious, airy and elevated. Large wrap-around decks are designed to provide a relaxing outdoor space with views over the Tuli groun...
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