An area renowned for its elephant herds, plains game and excellent bird life, Tuli also boasts Bushmen paintings, the Motlouse Ruins and other ancient settlement remains dating back to the Mapungubwe era.
Accommodation comprises 8 tented suites, elevated off the ground and 2 thatched classic suites. Open-plan with modern “Out of Africa” décor, the rooms flow out to wrap-around decks or verandahs with lovely bush views. Enjoy wholesome meals or simply relax in the lodge’s numerous comfortable spaces and expansive grounds. Optional extra excursions such as night drives, sleep outs and community visits may be arranged.
Eight tented Suites and two thatched classic Suites
Open all year
Varied activities include game drives, bush walks, night drives, hides, sleepouts, meaningful community visits and an excursion to the meeting point of Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe opposite Mapungubwe World Heritage Site.
There are 48 large mammal species present in the reserve, totalling approximately twenty thousand animals, which include elephant, fifteen large herbivore species and four cat species. Tuli Safari Lodge must be one of the few places where elephant shrews and elephants are (almost!) guaranteed sightings.
Tuli is home to a large number of resident as well as migrant birds 350 different bird species have been identified in the area with 90 different species counted in the lodge grounds by keen birders in just one morning.