One of my best scene of this trip was exciting rope bridge to go to the lodge on the island in the river. The other was the game drive which we could see the captured impala by the leopard on the branch. Two set drive is including in the lodge fee. We were actually lucky to see the leopard which was eating the impala on the tree at night. I heard it's rare to see them eating their food. You may have like this experience. Not only leopard there were various antelopes we could meet. They were surely beautiful animals. Also I loved the tea time we had very nice cake.
I love this island lodge. We could see many Impalas and Kudus from this island. Food were delicious. I enjoyed outdoor bath room. Staffs are friendly. We could meet leopard, elephant, jackal, and many antelopes. We could hear noise of elephant at night in the lodge. Very quiet, wild-life lodge. Air was clear, I could took milky way photo.
This was our first trip to Africa, and we spent many hours researching the places we wanted to go. Part of the allure of Tuli was the lack of information available about the area, as most tour companies, at least those we dealt with, do not offer Tuli as part of a Botswana itinerary. But the little we did read about Tuli, the more romantic it seemed! We like to get off the tourist trail when we can, and this fit the bill. The location of the camp is wonderful and, yes, romantic. The ancient rocks in the Limpopo river bed are quite evocative, as are the beautiful trees on the island, not to mention the quaint suspension bridge, which is the entrance to the camp. This area is visually fascinating with the kopjes (rock hills) and euphorbia and baobabs all providing a very…
Beautiful tented camp on an idyllic island, recommended by my brother. We loved the place and had an amazing time. Dix spotted a leopards tail between the rocks, our first leopard in our vacation. KB and Donald took care of us in the camp and Julie and Helena had fascinating stories to tell about life and wildlife in Botswana and South Africa. The most amazing view was of a young brown spotted hyena taking a bath and playing with us. He was running towards the car and back to the pool. Lovely sight!
I've been lucky enough to spend many months being "Wild at Tuli", but recently I had the opportunity to take my parents, UK, and my girlfriend, SA, for a lovely long weekend. As ever, Helena, Judi and the team were incredible hosts. And, after my countless stories, my parents finally got to meet their favourite characters, the elephants! However, they were rather well behaved this time around. If you're looking for an authentic experience in the African bush, look no further. Rich with wildlife, food and entertaining stories, Wild at Tuli really does have it all. On top of everything, it's great value for money. My top tips - Get out of bed early (before 6am) - Have a sundowner, quietly, at one of the viewing hides. - Take a torch, unlike my mum.