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Beauty in Botswana

Tuli Safari Lodge was voted Botswana‘s Leading Safari Lodge in the World Travel Awards and  consists of  just 8 individually-designed suites and an established team of very friendly staff. Set in stunning scenery with spectacular wildlife, a rich history, sites of archaeological and spiritual significance and fascinating geology, it offers an action-packed adventure that will introduce you to the life of this unspoilt corner of Botswana. A varied and authentic experience awaits you, with lots of activites and peaceful lodge grounds to make your stay as relaxed or exciting as you choose.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Telegraph.

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  1. Has anyone been on a safari? I would love to hear your thoughts/opinions. I have always wanted to do one!

  2. We honeymooned in Tanzania, Kendal, with CC Africa (now known as “&BEYOND”). It was a fabulous experience and I’d thoroughly recommend that people try a safari at least once.

  3. Thanks for this post! I’m quite curious about Botswana, especially since I’ve been watching “The No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” on HBO, which is filmed there. (btw, I’m not affiliated with HBO or the show in any way.) I’ve been on safari before in South Africa and it was quite grand. Can’t wait to do this! I’ll be sure to let you know how it goes.

  4. It would be very cool to come that close to wild animals that we only see in a zoo normally!

  5. I’ve heard Botswana safaris are awesome. I spent time in South Africa and did a safari of Kruger National Park and it was out of this world. Lions, leopards, giraffes, monkeys, hippos and more, literally walked right up to our van.

  6. I’ve been on a couple of ‘safaris’ in Kenya and in India. The African was amazing because you really did see all these animals up close and in the wild. The Indian one was a bit of a tourist gimmick and didn’t appear to have the animals which they said they had.

  7. I am sure they would love if you gave them a slab of meat with a side of forearm and hand.

  8. never really thought of botswana for a safari always south africa and kenya spring to mind – always nice to hear about new and more unusual/off beat locations.

  9. Botswana is a nice place in Africa to travel…..i visited this place once with my family and explored its wildlife….it was a great experience…..

  10. Keep in mind that the Tuli is in a totally different part of Botswana from the Okavango Delta. The Tuli is on the South Africa and Zimbabwe border in the very SE corner of Botswana. This is over 400 miles from the Delta or the Chobe. When I went to the Tuli I drove to the lodges from the northern Kruger (Pafuri) and when I left I drove to Johannesburg. It is six hours by car from Johannesburg. Along with Tuli Safari lodge, there is also Mashatu and Nitani. I have been to both lodges and they are fantastic. Nitani only has ten guests and really is five star. Mashatu is one of the largest private game reserves in Southern Africa. It has great guides and lots of conservation work and research taking place at all times. There are no buffalo or hippo in the Tuli but elephants, lions, and giraffe abound!

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