Most relaxing place, so beautiful views of Limpopo river in front of your room, amazing landscape all around with ancient rocks and young baobab trees, fantastic people to offer sweet and personalised service, and above all thus great lady of the place, Mrs Judi Gounaris, the soul and the good Angel of the lodge, with her unique gastronomic skills and her so interesting conversation over some good wine, and her story-telling qualities and her unmatched sense of humour. Looking forward to be back there as soon possible.
We were a group of 3 adults and one teen. My father was in a wheelchair but the staff carried him down the stairs to the chalets and were on hand to help whenever necessary. The staff are excellent. The setting couldn't be better, right on the banks of the Limpopo. We watched a huge croc from the deck chairs on our little patios as well as kudu and bushbuck. We drove into a herd of elephants with babies in the top part of the farm and the genet cat visited our fire in the evenings. So beautiful. We'll be back!
We wanted to stay only two nights at the lodge but everything was so amazing that we stayed two more nights.The room is clean,very spacious and comfortable. The seperate outdoor kitchen is perfectly equipped. Sitting outside at night, making some fire and enjoy the surrounding. There is nothing you will miss there! Everything was perfectly!
Enjoyed 3 days here recently. Many animals like bushbuck, vervet monkeys and baboons visit the area close to the cabins daily. Excellent service from the staff, thank you Stephen, Queen and the rest of the staff. Most helpful and so friendly.
I spent 4 nights with Wild at Tuli. We saw 5 leopards (4 adult females and 1 cub) in 5 days. We also had excellent elephant sightings. We saw kudu, eland, hyena, bushbuck, klipspringer, african wildcat, civit, gemmet, steenbok, hippo, crocodile, and other species. The food and lodging was great. Judy was an excellent host. The Limpopo River and the rocky hills around it are much more interesting than most Botswana landscape. The baobab trees were really incredible as were the leadwood and mopani trees.