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Nestled far in the eastern corner of Botswana is the scenic and lush area known as the Tuli Block region. It sits rights on the border of Zimbabwe and South Africa, and it is fast becoming the nations most popular safari destination that lures numerous tourists on flights to Tuli Block. What used to be huge farmlands have now been transformed into majestic game reserves, with the Mashatu Game Reserve and the Tuli Nature Reserve being the two most popular national parks on offer. So come and explore the land of the Lion King, where scenic grasslands, lush valleys, and existing wildlife will take you on the most exciting adventure of your life!

Things to do, places to see

Tourists who hop on flights to Tuli will quickly discover why this region is Botswanas best kept secret. It is also known as the land of giants owing to its spectacular natural landscape, dotted with aged baobab trees and impressive rock features carved out of natural basalt and granite rock. Tuli is also the proud owner of some of the largest privately-controlled game areas in Southern Africa. Heres a mere snap shot of the exciting activities available:
Bird-watching: Known as a birding paradise, bird enthusiasts will get the chance to spot over 350 exotic varieties. The most popular spots are the watering holes and the rivers that snake through the Block. Bird species include kingfishers, boulder chats, shrikes, white-backed vultures, freckled nightjars, and African spoonbills, to name but a few. The best time to go bird watching is during the summer months.
Safari adventures: Transport yourself to the landscape of the Lion King, where you will be treated to sights of leopards, prides of lions, and giggling hyenas. Keep your eyes peeled for the majestic African elephant, impala, giraffe, zebra, caracal, and aardwolf.
Solomons Wall: Witness the stunning sight of the soaring, 30-metre-high basalt cliffs that carve the Tuli skies.
Tswapong and Lepokole Hills: Another of Tulis famous natural attractions, these hills are composed of hematite and granite blocks.
Stargazing: Situated far away from the lights of big cities, the spectacular night sky bursts into life over the Tuli landscape. Trace the intricate lines of stars and discover numerous constellations that fade under the harsh lights of cities.

Getting Here

If you browse online, you will discover a great selection of flight deals on cheap flights to Tuli. It sits right on the edge of the borders with Zimbabwe and South Africa, and the Tuli Lodge Airport offers flights to Tuli from these countries.

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