-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 www.tswalu.com