We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Tuli Block, Central Tuli Block Botswana
Contact accommodation for availability.
There are similar hotels available.
View all
Traveller (63)
Room & Suite (8)
Dining (6)


#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.
Read more
Property amenities
Free parking
Good to know
Hidden Gem


Full view
Tuli Block, Central Tuli Block Botswana
Getting there
Sir Seretse Khama Intl Airport394 kmSee all flights
See all nearby hotels
80Reviews1Q+A9Room tips
Traveller rating
  • 65
  • 13
  • 1
  • 1
  • 0
Time of year
Traveller type
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
jakehod wrote a review Apr 2013
Joburg1 contribution
What a lovely camp and superb staff. Excellent for nature lovers and those wanting their own space and not be controlled by set activity and meal times whether looking for self-catered or full board accommodation. A beautiful property embracing the essence of the 'Tuli'... We will be back for sure. Thank you Helena and Judy.
Read more
Review collected in partnership with this hotel
Date of stay: March 2013
Frank W wrote a review Aug 2012
Middelaar3 contributions3 helpful votes
We had a very nice stay at Helana and Judy's island in the bush. Previous reviewers have made a good description about the facilities and I wholeheartily agree. Food was fantastic and it was very interesting to hear about the day-to day running of a game farm and Botswana practicalities. We were in KwaTuli during the dry season and although general wildlife concentrations were low we still saw plenty of elephants at close quarters from the wonderful hides on the farm. We also saw porcupine and genet in the camp at night from VERY close and spotted African wildcat during a night drive. The landscape is great, especially the Northern part of the farm has some beautiful kopjes. We would like to go back some day in a different season when there's more water. Frank
Read more
Date of stay: July 2012
Kelli H wrote a review Jul 2012
Copenhagen, Denmark57 contributions92 helpful votes
This was my first bush camp experience that didn't involve hiking with a tent on my back for 7 days, so bear that in mind as you read this... I loved the Island Camp at Wild at Tuli. It managed to find the balance between actual camping and not having to forego too many of the basics. The tents were large, easily accommodating a king bed, dresser, and desk, with a comfortable mattress and warm duvet. The outdoor bathroom was a refreshing change, although large ants crawled over the toilet at night (to be expected in the middle of the bush, I suppose, and they weren't actually a hinderance). Still, the water was hot, and the footed bathtub was very pretty. Although there is no electricity, light was provided by a series of oil lamps, so there was no struggling with an awkward
Read more
Date of stay: July 2012
roll-on-next-trip wrote a review Dec 2010
Gloucestershire112 contributions50 helpful votes
I almost don't want to spoil the secret, but Kwa Tuli is a hidden gem. This is someone's own much-loved holiday home, and as such has everything there that you would want in your own occasional bolt-hole, rather than a money-making scheme as we encountered elsewhere in Tuli Block. The tents are huge and have carpet, which is a massive benefit when you're padding around from the outdoor bathroom. The slipper bath is something I never thought to find in the bush; the showers are great, the beds huge, and even though this is serious bush living, it's also got an element of luxury I haven't found outside the over-priced over-glam 5* lodges. The staff are charming, sitting on the scary bridge and fishing by day, disappearing once the fires are lit at night, running great walks and
Read more
Date of stay: January 2010
jelico wrote a review Oct 2010
Brighton, United Kingdom203 contributions128 helpful votes
An absolutely wonderful place with an amazing setting, superb accommodation and great camp staff. We were a group of three couples so had the whole camp to ourselves. We were picked up by the ranger, Tipps, at the South Africa/Botswana border and driven to the island. Stunning! The bridge to get onto the island is as scary as it looks but worth the fear. The photos do not do justice to the island or the accommodation. All impeccably maintained and very comfortable. Tents are what they are described i.e they have a distinct "out of Africa" feel but with the luxury of outdoor slipper baths with wonderfully framed views into the bush as well as private outside toilet and shower to each tent. Each has an external deck area with bush & water views. The boma and plunge pool were very
Read more
Date of stay: October 2010
BotswanaCentral DistrictCentral Tuli Block
Is This Your Tripadvisor Listing?

Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.

Claim Your Listing