The Tuli Block is situated in south eastern Botswana and is known as “The Land of Giants.” This region has an illustrious history dating back to early man, a fact that has made it one of Botswana’s prime destinations in the south. The Tuli Block is located at the confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo Rivers on the border of South Africa and Zimbabwe.
For tens of thousands of years, the majestic land was inhabited by the Bushman or San who lived solely off the land, roaming the endless plains and living in sheltered caves that occurred among the amazing geological rock structures of the Limpopo Valley. Dinosaur footprints at Vhembe, rock art and cave paintings can still be seen around the Tuli area.
Tuli’s endless blue skies frame grassy plains and huge rock formations, while towering trees line the river banks. Massive numbers of elephant and a full range of big cats can be found due to an abundance of plains game. Birdlife is excellent with around 350 species in the summer months.
Many animals can be seen passing through on their migratory routes and eland are commonly spotted, which sets Tuli apart from other areas in Botswana.