We stayed here for two nights with a fabulous walking safari (Tuli Trails) organised by Mashatu in the middle. It was our first visit to the Tuli Conservation area and it won't be our last! Very well organised, from being met at the Port Drift border post (walked through immigration, car safely parked) to the very spacious and comfortable ensuite tent, complete with open air shower (camp is about an hour from the border) to the excellent food (dinners outside in a boma), an onsite hide overlooking a waterhole and truly excellent game drives in this vast, unspoilt wilderness - we were very well looked after. The guides go the extra mile to find the best sightings and the vehicles aren't over-crowded, with a strict code being enforced around the animals. Nice touches in camp including a large comfortable lapa / lounge, your own personalised water carriers and torches provided. It was over all too quickly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Although safari rustic in character every facility is provided. The tents are insect-proofed, have comfortable beds and each has an en-suite shower and W.C. Facility. There is an open sided thatch deck where meals are served and a traditional boma for intimate campfire dinners. This camp also contains a very welcome plunge pool and hide from where guests can spend their time between safaris. ... more less