Limpopo Horse Safaris
Tuli Block, Botswana
Limpopo Horse Safaris operates riding safaris in the vast Mashatu Game Reserve in the Tuli Block of south eastern Botswana. This is an area of great diversity, magnificent vistas, ancient civilizations and dramatic rock formations bordered in the south by 'the banks of the great grey-green, greasy Limpopo River, all set about with fever-trees'. Aptly named the Land of the Giants for its baobab studded plains and large herds of elephant.
You can choose from a traditional 7 night Tuli Safari or try our African Explorer Safari Ride with 4 nights in South Africa and 3 nights with us at Limpopo Horse Safaris in Mashatu or try our African Bush and Lodge Ride.
For anyone who would love to join their friends or family on this safari but choose not to ride. We offer exciting alternatives for non-riders from enjoying the beautiful Mashatu Game Reserve on bush walks or cycling, which are tailor made to the individuals and do not require high levels of fitness.
A specialist guide is assigned to non-riders to ensure they get the most out of the experience.
This is the chance of a lifetime to see as much as possible of the Northern Tuli Game Reserve and Mashatu Game Reserve; an unparalleled equine adventure.
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve, an area of history and legend, offers some of the most exciting game viewing in Africa. It is still home to large herds of elephant, prides of lion and cheetah.
Along the river courses, huge riverine trees provide shade for eland, impala, wildebeest, giraffe and zebra, whilst at night, the bat eared fox, African wildcat and the magnificent leopard search for prey. Some 350 species of birds may be seen.
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve proudly provides a refuge for one of the largest, single population of elephant on conservation 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. Today, the population is estimated to number in excess of 1400 animals.