Tswalu falls within the arid savanna biome of southern Africa and has three main habitats – dunes, plains and Korannaberg mountains. The presence of these mountains forms a vast basin which acts as a natural rainfall catchment. This provides a healthy water table and encourages a broad, successful diversity of life – with about 80 species of mammals and 240 species of birds.
The main focus of the Tswalu Kalahari experience is to marvel in the wonders of the Kalahari ecosystem. Explore all aspects of this ecosystem, including plant life, insects, birds, reptiles and the smaller mammals and to help to understand the importance of conservation with particular reference to Tswalu’s vast and unique wilderness. Rare and endangered species.
Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve – Luxury Collection
With accommodation for up to 10 guests in five suites, all the pleasurable daily rituals of safari living have been thoughtfully considered and sustainably designed. Along with a smaller, more environmentally friendly plunge pool, lovely new spaces have been created for outdoor dining and relaxation, including an intimate boma with low, stone-packed walls for magical fireside barbecue dinners under the stars as well as breakfast or lunch with uninterrupted views.
TSWALU The Motse$$$$$
Eight secluded suites fuse contemporary furniture with traditional African style and boast sun decks with views over the waterhole. Character fireplaces banish the winter chill, and outdoor showers sluice away the heat of blazing summer mornings. An infinity pool offers an endless view over the savannahs, and a secluded spa is designed to complete your total relaxation. The mezzanine library is equipped with satellite TV (the Motse also has full broadband Wi-Fi access throughout), and its mus...
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