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Jul 14, 2015

News from Tuli Safari Lodge, Botswana – July 2015 via African Travel Solutions Ltd

Dumela Friends of Tuli …

Sightings at Tuli have been great the last few weeks. Predator-wise, several recent groups of guests have been lucky enough to see all 3 big cats during a 3 night stay and enjoyed the ‘Tuli special’ of seeing elephant shrews and elephants from our favourite sun downer spot at the same time! With the arrival of our new management couple Hein & Eloise, both pro guides, we’re really encouraging guests to experience the bush on two feet as well as four wheels 🙂 Check out our blog on Africa Geographic about 10 reasons to try a bush walk on safari.

We hosted a documentary film crew at the lodge a few months ago, and they kindly put together this short video showcasing the stunning scenery and wildlife of the Northern Tuli Game Reserve.

Updates on rates & fly-in options below …

Tuli updates …

The World’s Most Romantic Airport (according to the UK’s Daily Mail newspaper) is our very own Limpopo Valley Airfield! There are now regular flights from OR Tambo (Johannesburg) to Tuli on Thursdays and Sundays, perfect for weekend getaways and mid-week breaks and timed to coincide with international arrivals/departures. More info here. A quick reminder that Tuli has been nominated in the Safari Awards … we’d really appreciate your support, so please vote if you haven’t already. We think our best chance is in the ‘Family Friendly’ and ‘Value for Money’ categories, hope you agree!

We’ve just uploaded our 2016 rates … please contact us if you’d like more info.

Did you know …?

* There’s an ancient rock shelter close to the lodge with paintings depicting hunting scenes. Carbon dating has shown that this shelter was occupied around 1000 years ago but the rock art may date back even further.

* A visit to Tuli combines really well with destinations in the northern part of South Africa, including Mapungubwe World Heritage Site & National Park, the northern section of the Kruger National Park and the Waterberg area.

* There’s lots to do at Tuli when you’re not out on a game drive or bush walk … a walking trail in the lodge, several lovely viewpoints, a good size swimming pool and lots of places to relax/read/spot the resident wildlife!

To book or for further information contact Mel @ African Travel Solutions Ltd

Tele: + 44 1476 530927 / Mobile: + 44 7780 579306

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