Tuli Wilderness Camp is owner-managed and run by a passionate, conservation-focused team who have a wealth of experience in the southern African wildlife tourism, hospitality and training industry.Enjoy guided game drives and walks in this magnificent corner of Africa, with vast opportunities for unparalleled game viewing in this spectacular wilderness.The Camp is located along the shady floodplain of the Limpopo River, Set in the heart of the vast and exclusive Northern Tuli Game Reserve in Eastern Botswana, Tuli Wilderness Camp offers a wonderful natural location to awaken the explorer in you and to enjoy an authentic wilderness experience reminiscent of bygone Africa, complete with unspoilt landscapes and abundant wildlife.600 metres from the river itself, under the massive riverine trees including the magnificent Mashatu and tall Apple-leaf trees – a truly breath-taking setting! Accommodation consists of five comfortable, fully serviced safari-style tents each tent sleeping two persons (twin beds). All tents have en-suite showers and flush toilets with hot running water available. Electric fans and both electric and battery-powered lamps are supplied in each tent. All bed linen (duvets), towels, soap etc. is provided. 3 wholesome meals are provided each day, unless the guests prefer to self cater.The Northern Tuli Game Reserve covers an area of 71,173 ha and boasts the world’s largest elephant population on privately owned land, providing phenomenal elephant sightings and fantastic photographic opportunities! Lion, leopard, cheetah, spotted and brown hyena are amongst the many carnivore species that are found on the reserve. Large herds of free-roaming eland, zebra and wildebeest are seen regularly and many other plains game also frequent the area. Tuli Wilderness’ iconic Bat-eared fox is often spotted on night-time game drives.Birding enthusiasts can enjoy over 350 species identified in the area. Species range from Pel’s Fishing Owl, Secretary Bird, African Hawk Eagle and Southern Ground-Hornbill to Three-banded Courser and Dusky Lark. We have a resident pair of breeding Verreaux’s (Black) Eagles on the concession.