Tuludi Camp is set in the extensive Khwai Private Reserve, some 200,000 hectares of pristine wilderness. The diverse landscape includes floodplains, which stretch as far as the eye can see, and there are the waterways which border the Okavango. In addition, there are extensive forests. All of this makes for beautiful scenery and exceptional game viewing. This includes great herds of elephant and buffalo. Whilst the Khwai River is the main water source in the area, the smaller waterways mean that there is also no shortage of zebra, giraffe, antelope and other plains game.
Accommodation is in 7 tree-house style rooms, set under shady leadwood trees. The rooms (60 square metres in extent) all have high, pitched canvas roofs in the bedroom area, thus making a light and airy space. The tree houses all boast separate dressing and sleeping areas, an en suite bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers, and bathtubs. In addition you also have a sunken seating area and a private plunge pool on the outside veranda (a further 44 square metres of space), both of which overlook the floodplains.
The tree houses are all connected by wooden boardwalks which wind through the leadwood trees, and are, in turn, connected to the main area. Here you find a comfortable lounge area, replete with cushions, sofas and armchairs to relax into for an afternoon of view-gazing and wildlife-watching.
The lounge area is also the perfect spot to watch the sunset so if you choose to stay in camp for an evening, you won’t be disappointed. Adjacent to the lounge is the dining area and just in front is a fire pit – a perfect spot for a post-dinner drink and campfire chatter.
Tuludi also has a large swimming pool to cool off in the heat of the day, a Treehouse library, elevated four metres in the boughs of the trees, and plenty of items that tell the story of both the camp and the extraordinary ecosystem.
Activities make no day the same at Tuludi Camp - with game drives, walking safaris and water-based game viewing on offer, guests get to discover the best of the Delta.
Guests can expect prides of lion, there is also a good leopard population. Out on the plains you have the chance to see cheetah and wild dogs.
Tuludi itself is located in the southern reaches of the reserve, allowing for a more remote safari experience.
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