Tuli Conservation Trust is proud to announce the appointment of former President of Botswana, His Excellency Lieutenant General Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama, as its founding patron.
It’s butterfly time in one of Botswana’s best kept secret corners: the rugged verges of the Limpopo River called the Tuli Block.
See one of the Big 5 and one of its Little 5 namesakes in the same spot at the same time.
Tuli Safari Lodge is helping to put food on the plates of both their guests and employees with their new vegetable garden in the bush.
Cheetahs at The Northern Tuli Game Reserve are gaining an impressive reputation as ‘super moms’, raising large litters to adulthood.
Discover the hidden gem of Tuli and discover that Botswana is right on your doorstep!
Tuli Safari Lodge explores why it is that going on safari is so good for your soul.
Meet Tuli Safari Lodge’s resident aardwolf that has denned close to their viewing hides, giving guests regular sightings.
A baby giraffe takes its first shaky steps in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana.
Bordering South Africa and Zimbabwe, the Northern Tuli Game Reserve in Botswana is a dream location for photographers, geologists and safari enthusiasts alike. And here are ten fantastic reasons why everyone should add it to their list of places to visit.
Oh but where to wine and dine in the bush?!
10 reasons to take a walk on the wild side on safari…
Tuli Safari Lodge is renowned for its staff choir – their songs are even available for download on iTunes!
A collection of cheetahs at Tuli Safari Lodge.
A great selection of African proverbs illustrated with photos from Tuli Safari Lodge, Botswana.
After some good rains, the Northern Tuli Game Reserve is transformed into an astonishing floral kingdom.
A photographic celebration of baobabs in memory of Nick Hiltermann, one of the owners of Tuli Safari Lodge, who passed away recently.
10 reasons why safari hides are not just for bird watchers and wildlife documentary photographers.
Tuli Safari Lodge in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana, must be one of the only places in Africa that can guarantee excellent sightings of elephant shrews.
There are many examples of interesting border crossings in the world but few can be as exciting as gliding between South Africa and Botswana across the legendary Limpopo River by cable car.