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Khwai Private Reserve , Botswana
- Exclusive Luxury
- Breathtaking views of the Okavango Delta
- Mokoro & boating safaris
Facilities includeWIFI Swimming Pool Room Safe Outdoor Bar
- Game Drives
- Walking Safaries
- Mokoro & boating safaris
Seasons in Botswana
About Tuludi Camp
Tuludi is an exclusive & intimate, 7 tented camp. The camp is situated in the Khwai Private Reserve, a prime example of the best of the Okavango Delta full to bursting with diverse wildlife and wonderful landscapes. The camp has been designed with luxury and comfort at the heart of it design. Each tented room has its own plunge pool, ensuite bathroom and indoor and outdoor showers for guests staying at the camp. The camps main area is raised off the bush floor with views out over the Okavango, there are plenty of chairs and sofas for guests to relax and unwind in whilst watching the sun setting over the Delta. The camp has a large swimming pool and treehouse library making it the perfect location to put your feet up. The chefs have a reputation for not only delicious meals but they will also treat you to many of the local delicacies.
Tuludi Camp is located in the 200,000-hectare Khwai Private Reserve that bordering the Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park. The reserve offers a diverse blend of dry woodland as well as the rivers, waterways and floodplains iconic of the Okavango Delta. The area is a veritable paradise for wildlife and there are predators and big game aplenty. Game drives will primarily explore the western side of the reserve, whilst walks will head into the wilds of the south.
How to get there
Tuludi Camp is accessible from Maun and Kasane International Airports as well as many other camps in northern Botswana. Daily fights are available to Maun from Cape Town and Johannesburg. Fly to Maun and then switch to a light aircraft to fly to our private airstrip in the Khwai Reserve. From the private airstrip, youâll game drive straight into camp.
When to go
Tuludi Camp is open all year round and has excellent game viewing throughout. However, it does have to distinctly different seasons. During the start of the drier winter months between April and September, the delta slowly starts to fill with recently arrived flood water from the Angolan highlands. This annual flood is a magnificent spectacle and a must for any safari-goer.
From September onwards the waters start to recced and whilst there can be some rain, the drying delta concentrates wildlife near to the remaining water making for some truly spectacular wildlife viewing.
We also recommend visiting your doctor and making sure you are up to date with all your injections. It is also important to pack neutral coloured clothing when in the bush to avoid distressing the wildlife.
Travelling with children
Children over the age of six are welcome to stay at the camp.
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