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Tuli Block, Central Tuli Block Botswana
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#1 of 7 Speciality lodging in Central Tuli Block
Wild At Tuli Safaris is not a package operation; it is an independent, highly specialised, owner-run safari business. Experience, exclusivity and flexibility are hallmarks of our safaris. We can show you the uniqueness of the Tuli Block if you are looking to relax in a charming lodge, be fully catered for and taken on stunning game drives with our Professional Guide. We are based on a 9,000 hectare Reserve called Limpopo River Lodge in Central Tuli Block and our accommodation is in Chalets and Rondavels , a Rustic Bush Camp or Camp Sites, all overlooking the Limpopo river . There is electricity in the Lodge and you can choose to Self-Cater or be Fully Catered for. PLEASE NOTE: we previously operated from another location and some of the guest photos you may see here show tents and a swing bridge - we are NOT located there any more. We have been unable to remove these photos via Tripadvisor so please get hold of us should you want more pictures of our current facilities.
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jbg74 wrote a review Jul 2017
Saint Paul, Minnesota812 contributions379 helpful votes
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.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Lotta Å wrote a review Nov 2015
Soraker, Sweden24 contributions7 helpful votes
After some days in SA where everything is fenced this was an amazing place to come to. Owners Judy and Helena who are dedicated to conservation and are real animal lowers runs the camp. Food is home made and really good and we also got a lot of nice stories served to the dinner by Judy. This gave us additional values to the stay, we learnt a lot about Botswana and conservation and whatever we asked about. Our ranger Dix was service minded and we saw a lot of elephants and antilops but no cats during our 4 game drives even though Dix drove many hours to find them. It's worth to mention that you stay alone on the camp at night, and there are no fences nor mobile connection, so if you are very faint hearted this may not be the perfect place. But if you love a pure nature
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Date of stay: October 2015
pauli1962 wrote a review Oct 2015
Oldenzaal, Nederland10 contributions3 helpful votes
We were there for two nights, had a lovely time eventhough it was very hot at night! With Dix we spotted two leopard cubs, and the other day another one, this was so nice, stayed there and watched the animals for as long as we could. At night it was dark(no electricity) and you could hear the animals.
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Date of stay: October 2015
EQSteph wrote a review Oct 2015
Johannesburg, South Africa15 contributions13 helpful votes
This 'island' in the middle of the Limpopo River is a great place to recharge one's city-weary batteries and breathe once more. The tented accommodation is very comfortable, each with a great outdoor bathroom area and the camp design is pleasantly quirky. The camp Is far away from everything and the first night we were there we had the privilege of having the small camp to ourselves - it was heavenly. We opted for self-catering and while we were cooking in the evening the resident beautiful 'tame' genet visited looking for scraps. The delightful couple - Donald and Cecelia - manage the camp and offer a cheerful presence, quietly pre-empt one's needs and nothing seems too much trouble. Owners Helena and Judi appear most nights to cook for the catered guests and if you get
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Date of stay: September 2015
Richmond G wrote a review Aug 2015
Melbourne, Australia276 contributions140 helpful votes
The unique location of this tented camp right in the middle of the Limpopo accessed by a suspension bridge is but one of the many wonderful assets of Wild at Tuli. Our tent was on a platform overlooking the waterhole at the front, the Limpopo was dry during this time of year. An open to the stars bathroom at the back of the tent complimented the rustic and comfortable furnishings within the tent. Judi and the staff are fantastic, extremely passionate about wildlife conservation and ensuring you have a relaxing time. Dix is the ranger who will look after you on game drives and Donald and Celia take care of the beautifully cared for camp and serve home cooked meals prepared by Judi. Scenery is sandstone kopje country, smothered in mopane with plenty of baobab trees.
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Date of stay: July 2015
BotswanaCentral DistrictCentral Tuli Block
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