Northern Tuli Game Reserve

Northern Tuli game reserve is a very a physically strikingly national park located in the northeastern corner of Botswana straddling around the Shashe, Mptloutse, and Limpopo rivers, this reserve is one of the largest privately owned game reserve in South Africa incorporating 3 major private concessions that are Tuli Safari Lodge, Nitani Private Game Reserve, and Mashatu Game Reserve.

Northern Tuli game reserve covers an area of 71,000 hectares comprised of spectacular landscapes, a variety of wildlife and dominated by mophane bushland, riverine woodland and marshland, sandstone cliffs, basalt formations, and unusually shaped kopjes created an incredible scenery.

Northern Tuli game reserve
Northern Tuli game reserve

Animals found in the Northern Tuli game reserve include elephant, kudu, zebra, impala, duiker, wildebeest, waterbuck, steenbok, warthog, herds of eland, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, and many more.

There are over 350 bird species in Northern Tuli game reserve and these include African hawk-eagle, African pygmy goose, Allen’s gallinule, Ayres’s hawk-eagle, Booted eagle, Bronze-winged courser, Dusky lark, Dwarf bittern, Kori bustard, Long-billed Crombec, Maccoa duck, Martial eagle, Mocking cliff chat, Pel’s fishing-owl, Miombo pied barbet, Secretary bird, Southern ground hornbill, Spotted crake, Swallow-tailed bee-eater, Temminck’s courser, Three-banded courser, Yellow-breasted Apalis and many more

Safari activities to do in Northern Tuli game reserve include game viewing, birding, guided nature and walks, historical sightings, and sightseeing.

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