Tuli Game Reserve is at a strategic location where the Limpopo and Shahe rivers meet as well as being on the border with South Africa and Zimbabwe. This private game reserve in the east of Botswana provides a sight of striking landscapes that's different from the rest of the country. Tuli covers an area of 780sq.km and was founded in 1964 by private owners and local communities.
The reserve is popular for its large herds of elephants various unique wildlife species and hosts spectacular natural, historical and cultural attractions. Visit Tuli Game Reserve and see exquisite scenery that is made up of mophane bushland, marshland and riverine woodland.
Explore Tuli Game Reserve through activities such as camping, hiking, biking, horse riding and hot air ballooning for an aerial view of the reserve.
Since Tuli is only 500 kms from Johannesburg, visitors can easily access on good tar roads via Polokwane which is two hours away by car. The Pont Drift border post serves as entry into Botswana.