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40 Tuli Block, Northern Tuli Game Reserve Borders on the Limpopo River, Northern Tuli Game Reserve Botswana
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#2 of 4 Specialty lodging in Northern Tuli Game Reserve
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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.
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40 Tuli Block, Northern Tuli Game Reserve Borders on the Limpopo River, Northern Tuli Game Reserve Botswana
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chrisl wrote a review Aug 2020
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I have visited this magical place several times and I always return to it.It is the place to be at the beginning and the end of your trip if you do self-drive or just want to have a unique experience,be sure to stay a few days and let yourself be pampered, the staff is super friendly and the owners fantastic people it is Julie who has made some incredible changes over the years and made this place even more special than it already was. No lack of game viewing they have everything from zebra giraffe etc ... to cheetah, leopard and lions, also the Ellie's' elephants) in tuli are special, the only place where I have seen tuskless elephants ans my first meetings with painted dogs who became my favourites, game viewing isguaranteed in both winter and spring seasons when I was there,and a paradise for birders Stuart is a fantastic tracker and guide but Zack and Gerry also know their trade, everything is immaculate and the food is very tasty, the number of places is limited which means that you are almost alone so you have everything to yourself, a jewel that fortunately has not been discovered by everyone! My last stay was april 2019 and my first stay 2010 when stuart was stil giving tracking courses , I promise you will always want to go back !
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Amy Mitchell wrote a review Mar 2020
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I had the best experience I could ever have wished for! From the accommodation, to the food to the game drives. Everything was absolutely perfect! I loved every second. Jerry (the tour guide) has eyes like an eagle. He could see everything which made sure you would get the chance to see all the wildlife. Absolutely incredible experience!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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killerjohn wrote a review Feb 2020
Greater Johannesburg, South Africa7 contributions5 helpful votes
The camp is remotely located and creates the perfect bush-veld inexperience. Julie and the staff are all very friendly, helpful and eager to please. Accommodation is in permanent safari tents and are clean and well maintained. The common area overlooks a lit waterhole where excellent meals are served by Gabbie, the chef, and her helpers. Meals are well presented and very tasty. Jerry the driver is very well informed and he goes the extra mile to make the most out of your game drives. Game sightings were excellent and the Tuli Wilderness is a birders paradise. If you are looking for Africa at its best then I recommend a few nights here.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Room Tip: The rooms are all safari tents and overlook the bush. There are no bad rooms.
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GVG wrote a review Feb 2020
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We've spent 6 days in Serolo bush camp and never a dull moment. Every day we've been discovering a different part of the estate. Tuli wilderness is extremely diverse and offered many exciting sightings. From leopards scanning the area from a tree branch to dung beatles rolling their overweight treasures into the shade of a sheppard's bush filled with hundreds of migrating brown-veined white butterflies. We'd already visited Tuli a few times in the dry season, but this visit during the green season was absolutely magical. The area was soo much alive, new life emerging from every corner of the estate, rivers were flowing, babies being born every day still and devil's thorn blooming as far as the eye could see. We saw elephant herds crossing the river with matriarchs pushing their babies to the river banks. Baboons carrying their newborns up magnificant trees, baby warthdogs, impala, zebra, wildebeest, eland, water bucks, 4 lion cups laying with full bellies on a dusty road and 8 hyena cups in a den waiting to be suckled. I certainly do not qualify is a ''birder'', but I enjoyed the birding season nonetheless (how can you not!), Got to know new species and loved the bush concerts in the morning (even quit setting my alarm clock because the bush alarm worked spot-on). True, it usually is a bit harder to see a lot of game during the green season, but boy what an abundance we experienced here. You can't ''program'' nature but the upside is... Every sighting felt extra special, a real treat. We hiked to the top of Eagle Rock were 360 degrees of heaven unfolded. But truly magical was our unexpected valentine's bush diner by candle light pulled together by Julie and the incredible serolo staff. Under the most beautiful starry sky we dined with the rumble of Elephants and the call of the hyenae in the background. A moment of true hapiness. We feel humble, grateful, lucky to have been part of this beautiful place for a little while. To be able to disconnect from the daily rush and fuss. To embrace beauty and simplicity (with or without bugs) and to open up again. We feel enriched & can't wait to be back!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Alma S wrote a review Feb 2020
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I stayed at Tuli Wilderness Serolo camp with my husband and my brother for two nighs in the middle of February. It was our second trip to Tuli Wilderness and we loved it! The campsite is in the shade of big trees, which is good for hiding from the hot summer sun. The tents are equipped with shower and toilet so no need to go out into the wild at night, unless you want to see the beautiful night sky. The staff and the guides are very warm, friendly and careing people and the food is excellent! The rains of 2020 have been generous and the nature was very lush! In the winter of 2019 the scenery was totally different, but still beautiful! I love the Tuli Wilderness because of its wilderness -- there is no other tourists around and you have the place all to yourself! :)
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Date of stay: February 2020
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$407 - $450 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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BotswanaCentral DistrictNorthern Tuli Game Reserve
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp
Which popular attractions are close to Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp?
Nearby attractions include Stevensford Game Reserve (1.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp?
Yes, guests have access to a pool with a view during their stay.
Does Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Tuli Wilderness Serolo Camp offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.