Tuli Safari Lodge Description
We are running a special of BWP950.00 ( 4 ele) - BWP1200.00pppn sharing ( 5 ele) at Tuli safari Lodge from 01/02/2010 - untill 22/03/2010! BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISSAPOINTMENT! Tuli Safari Lodge is situated on the banks of the Limpopo River in eastern Botswana, which is fast becoming Africa's, if not the world's, premier wildlife destination. The Lodge's roughly 25,000 acres forms a part of the 400,000 acres making up the the Limpopo cross frontier natural park wildlife enclave.Friendly staff, large swimming pool, various decs for game viewing, game drives and bush walks, confluence visits, community visits and a stunning bar built around an ancient Njala Berrie tree is some of the things you can look forward to.
Tuli Safari Lodge • Situated in the Northern Tuli Game reserve – Botswana • 8 suites accommodation 16 – 22 guests • 5 hours drive from Johannesburg • 2 hours drive from Polokwane • 5 hours drive from Gaborone • 4 hours drive from Francistown • 6km from Pontdrift border post • 6km from Limpopo valley airfield • 60km from Platjan border post • Pontdrift border post hours 08h00-16h00 • Platjan border post hours 06h00- 18h00 • When river in flood Pontdrift crossable by cable car P35.00pp • 4x4 needed in rainy season, low cars not advised • Safe parking for vehicles on SA side of Pontdrift. • Transfer to and from Pontdrift included in rate. • Game drives, game walks and horseriding available. • Swimming pool, hides, conservation centre • Visit to local communities and confluence available. • Wireless internet access and conference facilities. • 2 game drives with a guide included in the rate • Tuli Safari Lodge: S 22 12 842 E 29 05 687
Tuli Safari Lodge Directions
From Johannesburg International Ariport in South Africa, the Lodge is reached by excellent tarred road via Polokwane (Pietersburg) to the border post at Pontdrift on the Limpopo River. Driving time is approximately 5 hours. Your vehicle, if its 2-wheel drive, will remain at the Pontdrift border post, where it will be looked after. Guests will be met by a ranger across the Limpopo River, who will transfer you to the lodge in our safari vehicles. There is no charge for guests for this transfer. The lodge can also be reached by road via Platjan, Martins Drift and Gaborone from the South and Selebi Phikwe from the North