started a great family trip to Botswana and South Africa with a stay at Wild at Tuli. From the start Judi was very quick and helpful replying to email enquiries. Journey from Johannesburg Airport in a rental car was very easy , chose to take our time with an overnight stop at Polokwane. Tar all the way until last approx 10km to border, but dirt road was fine. Crossing at Platjan was very smooth and is in the process of being converted to a bridge. Accommodation at Wild at Tuli was lovely. Chalets right on river bank overlooking pools in river bed, great birdwatching on your door step. Resident large spotted genets each night joined as at dinner. All the team were very helpful and friendly. We chose the catered option and Judi was on hand to provide an excellent brunch and dinner at the end of each of our drives , along with very enjoyable and interesting company. With early morning tea and rusks awaiting you pre morning drive and home made cakes before evening drive our weight definitely increased during our stay! Bore hole water was perfectly safe, and pleasant to drink . Fridge on site to call any drinks you bring . Pool to swim during the afternoon break. Game drives were good , nice views from the hills. Excellent birdlife, 20 species of mammal during our 3 day stay including wild cat, springhare, elephant shrew and the very photogenic gennets! We continued our 2 week trip with a loop through then northern tulip block then back into South Africa to Mapungubwe National Park and northern Kruger before back to Johannesburg via Polokwane which worked very well. Would highly recommend a few days at Wild at Tuli in Judi's excellent care if you are in this neck of the woods.…
Beautiful bush lodge and great catering by Judy. All cottages are right on the Limpopo river. We had some great elephant sightings but in general very few game and too many Mopani bushes. You have to bring all your drinks including water if you don t want to drink their own bore whole water
I was truly in awe when I was driven into Tuli Camp last weekend. The gigantic ancient towering trees makes the places almost magical with the sounds of the wildlife all around. Camping with Kiboko Adventures for two nights was not nearly enough to get the most of the Tuli Block. With the wide range of wildlife and knowledge staff who greeted us daily made the end of my trip worth wile. I absolutely loved meeting the local bush pig that wonders into camp and the other wildlife that pops in for a quick visit. I will be telling everyone that they must go and stay there whenever visiting Botswana and I will definitely be back. Thank you for making my stay so memorable. Regards Katherine
Looking for an off-the-beaten-track experience enjoying wildlife and nature in Botswana? This is the perfect spot! A beautiful scenery to begin with, a dream location of the lodge on the Limpopo river bank, an open air but private bathroom-with-a-view and guided safari tours and nice meals on request. In the rainy season you may see less wildlife, but for us it was a tremendous experience, not to be missed. Last tip: do use a 4x4 (or simular), fit for the dirt road to lodge and game park.
We stayed at Wild at Tuli for 2 nights. The view from the River lodges is magnificent. And taking a shower while looking at the Limpopo river is a special experience. Judi made us a delicious dinner and breakfast. The game drives with Dix were exiting, the landscape alone was worthwhile, unfortunately the elephants were in hiding. To get there on the dirt road, a 4x4 or at least a car that stands high on the wheels is highly recommended. We realy enjoyed to discover this part of Botswana. Love to come back one day.