Travel in the Tuli Block - not for the faint hearted!
Tuli Block got its name when Chief Khama III sold the ‘Tuli’ as a block to the British in 1895. This block is a truly rugged and harsh land, and it’s name stuck when Cecil Rhodes tried to build a railway track through it and he was ‘blocked’ in that the land was so unsuitable for rail building. Today there are many safari camps and lodges that are geared to offering tourists specialized knowledge of the wildlife and amazing sceneries that one can find in this area. This area has some inquisitive geographical features that include ‘Solomon’s Wall’ and many others. These features are the result of weathering that has been pounding the rocks for centuries to create amazing scenery. There are also beautiful rock paintings left by the desert people or San people in the Tswapong and Lepokole hills that are a definite must see. The camps and lodges let the guests experinece all these activities, that are delivered with a world class service.