Ultimate Safari

Ultimate Safari Combo

Experience Botswana’s Northern Tuli Game Reserve with South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Two prime wilderness areas to explore with guided walks, spoor tracking and game drives. Both areas offer a rugged adventure experience.

Ultimate Safari Combo : Kruger & Botswana

The Experience
This combo offers the very best of the region, linking Botswana’s Northern Tuli Game Reserve with South Africa’s Kruger National Park.
Both lodges are on the banks of the legendary African rivers –the Limpopo and Luvuvhu–and combine great game viewing with spectacular scenery and fascinating history.
The combo is for 6 nights in total with 3 at Tuli and 3 at Pafuri

At Tuli- Botswana
Stay at the Tuli Safari Lodge with all meals – teas/coffees – sundowner allowance

: enjoy two guided game activities per day (drive or walk)

Includes in the rate is :laundry, transfers within the reserve, bed levy & VAT.

At Pafuri – Kruger National Park South Africa
Stay at Pafuri Camp with all meals, teas/coffees, selected beverages incl. house wines, select spirits and soft drinks
Activities:two guided game activities per day (drive or walk)
Also included: transfers within the concession & VAT

Rates are valid to 31 December 2019

US$ 1, 890 per person per package

Wildlife to be found in the Tuli includes :Elephant Shrews and Elephants, Aardvark, Aardwolf, Chacma Baboon, Bushbaby, Bushbuck, Bushpig, Caracal, Black-Footed Cat, Cheetah, Civet, Dassie, Common Duiker, Eland, Bat-Eared and Cape Fox, Genet, Giraffe, Scrub and Spring Hare, Hippopotamus, Impala, Black-Backed Jackal, Klipspringer, Kudu, Leopard, Lion, Mongoose, Vervet Monkey, Cape Clawless Otter, Pangolin, Striped Polecat, Jameson’s Rock Rabbit, Serval, Tree Squirrel, Steenbok, Warthog, Waterbuck, African Wild Cat, Blue Wildebeest, Burchell’s Zebra, Hyaena (Brown & Spotted) and Honeybadger.

Tuli is home to a large number of resident as well as migrant birds, 350 different bird species have been identified in the area with 90 different species counted by keen birders in just one morning