The Tuli Block is the easternmost point of Botswana, between Zimbabwe and South Africa. The rivers Limpopo and Shishhe form the natural land borders between which the area lies. There are various wildlife and nature reserves under the Tuli Block. The Mashatu Game Reserve and the Tuli nature reserve are the largest of these. Many elephants and leopards live in this part of Botswana.
The area covers approximately 12,000 hectares of land and is the largest private nature conservation area in Southern Africa. There are huge trees along the banks of the Limpopo river. Because of this, the area is also known as ‘the land of the giants’. The trees here offer ideal shade spots for camping.
You can choose to go on an adventure here and make a game drive or spend a day relaxing by the river.