How to enter
SMS the word “Tuli” with your name and e-mail address to 35981. SMSes are charged at R1,50 each. The competition closes on 15 November 2016.
Where luxury meets the wilderness
Tucked away in the south-eastern corner of Botswana, Tuli Game Reserve offers excellent game viewing and luxurious value-for-money accommodation. Gauteng is only a four-hour drive away, which makes Tuli a good destination for a long weekend.
Home to savanna, riverine forest, marshland, open plains and sandstone cliffs, it’s a unique wilderness area with an abundance of wildlife and a rich archaeological history. The region has evidence of human occupation going back to the Stone Age – the forerunner to a series of settlements including Mapungubwe and Great Zimbabwe.
Many early explorers and hunters passed through and wrote about the Limpopo and its tributaries. Tuli also played host to a series of skirmishes during the Anglo-Boer War, including the Battle of Bryce’s Store on 2 November 1899.
Tuli Game Reserve is a land of big skies, trees, elephants, big cats, herds of antelope and more than 350 species of birds.
The five lodges in the reserve have facilities for small or big groups, bush weddings, romantic getaways, milestone birthdays and business indabas, and the Tuli team will provide you with the highest standards of service and comfort.
Competition winners will stay at Pride Rock, built in a riverine forest on cliffs overlooking the Limpopo. Activities include mountain biking, birdwatching, rock art tours and game drives.
Photographers, nature lovers, amateur archaeologists: Everyone will love Pride Rock!
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