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About Tuli Block

If you're looking at a map of Africa, you'll find the Tuli Block right on Botswana's most eastern border. It's the bit that sticks out a tad on the right. It's tucked between Zimbabwe and South Africa. Yes, that's it.

Image by Isewell

Photo by Isewell

Tuli Block is known for its natural beauty. Attractions like Solomon's Wall and the Motoutse River are gems the locals are proud of, and the tourists love. Tuli Block is also known for the Tswapong and Lepkole Hills where the San people have left rock paintings.

Image by Birdman1

Photo by Birdman1

Brilliant bird life swoops around Tuli Block and its thriving land. More than 350 species of birds live in the area.

Image by Tsgt cary humphries

Photo by Tsgt Cary Humphries

Thriving and unfenced you'll find that wildlife roam between the Motloutse and Limpopo rivers in the Tuli Block. Scattered throughout the block you'll come across massive nyala trees, yellow barked fever trees and baobab trees too.

Image by Cojharries

Photo by Cojharries

Around every tree you're sure to find some form of life. Tuli Block is a stretch of Africa that wildlife love living in. Common residents are kudu, wildebeest, eland, waterbuck, impapa and even black-maned lions. That's just naming a few!

Photo by Overlanding Africa

Tuli Block is one of Botswana's richest natural areas. Rich in terms of game, birdlife and culture, that is. Within the scattering of privately owned game farms, you'll find many-a safari experience, just waiting to help you fall even more in love with this bold continent.


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