Located in the Khwai Private Reserve within 200,000 hectares of pristine wilderness, Tuludi blends seamlessly with the environment. Taking its name from the Tswana word describing a leopard’s colours or markings, the camp is the ideal base from which to discover the reserve and its vast wilderness (think savannas, forests and the mighty Okavango Delta).
Not satisfied with staying in one famed reserve? Well Tuludi offers you three: as well as the Khwai Private Reserve, the property is bordered by the world-famous Moremi Game Reserve to the south and the vast Chobe National Park to the east. And it’s thanks to this sprawling, varied landscape that there’s such a huge array of wildlife, with large herds of plains game (giraffe, antelope, zebra) living alongside predators (leopard, cheetah, lion and wild dog).
Comprising just seven tented suites all connected by wooden boardwalks, the accommodation offered by Tuludi captures the magic of the surrounding nature. The earthy colour palette has been paired with authentic décor, sophisticatedly marrying the contemporary and the traditional for a down-to-earth yet luxurious experience.
With separate dressing and sleeping areas, an ensuite bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers as well as spacious bathtubs from which to soak in the surrounds, there’s an abundance of space for you and your brood. But, if that’s not enough, there’s also an outside veranda boasting a sunken seating area and plunge pool.