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Botswana | Tuli
Situated in the north-eastern Tuli enclave of Botswana lies Mashatu Game Reserve an area of history and legend, offering some of the most exciting game viewing in Africa. It is a place of exceptional beauty.
Mashatu Main Camp accommodates a total of 34 guests. It is a refuge of unparalleled 'bushveld' comfort and service, blending in harmoniously with the game lands and teeming wildlife surrounding the Camp. The accommodation, in insect-proofed bedrooms, has 'his' and 'hers' bathrooms in each room, with a shaded verandah connected by French doors, which offer spectacular views. A double and extra large single bed, complete the well-appointed chalets. This camp has a magnificent viewing deck directly off the bar or "gin trap", together with an elevated lounge overlooking the water hole.

This is where one can explore 30,000 hectares of rugged, unspoiled African landscapes in the comfort of open 4-wheel drive vehicles, guided by expert rangers and experienced trackers. In addition to the game experience, Mashatu offers a view of Africa, unchanged since the days of early visitors such as Kipling, Selous and artist / explorer Sir Thomas Baines. Historic and archeological sites abound; notable are the Motloutse Ruins and the Pitsani Koppie sites. Mashatu is a great landscape of mopane woodland, centuries-old baobabs, meandering rivers and acacia savannah, inhabited by wildlife of great profusion and diversity.

Mashatu Tented Camp
Mashatu Tented Camp nestles in the remote northern area of the reserve. With never more than fourteen guests, this idyllic getaway provides accommodation in the form of seven double tents. Although rustic in character every facility is provided. The tents are insect-proofed, have comfortable single beds and each has an en-suite shower and toilet facility.

Mashatu is also the home of no less than seven of Africa's giants: the African elephant, the Baobab tree, the Eland, the Ostrich, the Kori bustard, Kipling's mighty Limpopo River and the giraffe. It is fitting therefore, that some 75,000 acres of pristine game land be set aside for these unique, prodigious features of this exhilarating continent. It is still home to large herds of elephant, prides of lion, leopard and cheetah.

Along the river courses, huge Mashatu trees provide shade for eland, impala, wildebeest and zebra, whilst at night, the bat eared fox, African wild cat and the magnificent leopard search for prey. Mashatu Game Reserve proudly provides a refuge for the largest, single population of elephant on privately owned land in Africa. Known as the relic herds of Shashe, these elephants are the last living testament to the great herds that once populated the meandering Limpopo valley.

The wildlife experience at Mashatu is personalised. Dedicated, experienced Tswana rangers and trackers are keen to show you their world. Radio-linked four-wheel drive vehicles set out dawn and again at dusk in search of the diverse variety of fauna and flora which abound throughout the reserve.
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