The Tuli Block is a thin strip of land along Botswana’s south-eastern border, a timeless prehistoric landscape where three countries, and two rivers, the Shashe and the Limpopo, meet.
It is an extremely picturesque and diverse wilderness with river-hugging forests, savannah plains, open marshlands and boulder-strewn rocky outcrops, all punctured by huge peculiar-looking Baobab trees.
This rugged, open countryside is cut by rivers and gorges, creating a habitat that supports a wide range of wildlife, including over 350 bird species and large herds of elephant. In addition to the traditional open 4WD game drives, alternatives such as mountain bike, walking safaris and horse safaris, are a speciality in this area.
Large herds of elephant
Alternative safari experience
Picturesque and diverse landscape
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