The eastern region of Botswana comprises the Tuli Block, Francistown and Nata.
Tuli’s landscape is dominated bu rugged basalt formations and sandstone cliffs. Diverse wildlife, prolific birding – hiking – cycling – historical and cultural ventures await the visitor.
Nata is a small village and a good stop over for visitors en route to Chobe or the Okavango delta. The Bird Sanctuary at Nata is well worth a visit.
Accommodation ranges from self catering bush camps to upmarket safari lodges.
Francistown is a good entry point if you are travelling to Hwange and further afield in Zimbabwe.
US$ 396 per person per night sharing
Luxury suite accommodation on the Limpopo River. Set in a breath taking landscape of sandstone hills and basalt formations, wildlife is diverse : wild dog, elephant, hyena, honey badgers.