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-Tswalu Kala­hari is si­t­u­ated in a malaria free area.

-Spring (Septem­ber to Oc­to­ber) days are very pleas­ant, warm­ing

up with cool evenings.

-Pack light and airy cloth­ing for the sum­mer months (Novem­ber to March), san­dals and a swim­ming cos­tume.

-Bring some­thing warm for just in case as the morn­ings and

evenings could be over­cast and cooler.

-Sum­mer months also have an oc­ca­sional thun­der­storm.

-Au­tumn (April to May) have mild days with cooler evenings and

is also the green­est time of the year.

-Win­ter (June to Au­gust) is much cooler, with cold evenings and frost causes tem­per­a­tures to dip be­low freez­ing. This is the time for lots of lay­ers and warm fleecy jack­ets.

-There is no ‘dress code’ – what­ever you feel com­fort­able in. -Re­mem­ber to bring sun­screen, your cam­era with plenty of

mem­ory cards, charg­ers for de­vices and closed shoes for walk­ing.


Tswalu op­er­ates a daily sched­uled ser­vice be­tween Cape Town In­ter­na­tional Air­port and O.R. Tambo In­ter­na­tional Air­port in Jo­han­nes­burg di­rectly to the re­serve’s own airstrip. Get there in style in Fire­blade Avi­a­tion’s Pi­la­tus PC-12 pres­sur­ized pri­vate air­craft, com­plete with Bush­men paint­ings on the ex­te­rior of the plane.

More in­for­ma­tion on flight times and get­ting there by road is avail­able on

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