Tswalu is South Africa’s largest private game reserve, with only two lodges in a huge 11 200 Hectare reserve this is one of the most pristine and undercrowded wilderness areas in South Africa. With a really varied of game-viewing opportunities over and above the regular game drives in a 4X4 vehicle – from guided bush walks, leisurely horseback safaris, to spending time with our habituated meerkats, Tswalu offers an exciting a different taste of safari.
Due to its location Tswalu falls within the arid savanna biome of southern Africa and has three main habitats – dunes, plains and Korannaberg mountains. The presence of these mountains form a huge basin which acts as a natural rainfall catchment. This provides a healthy water table and encourages a large, successful diversity of life – with about 80 species of mammals and 240 species of birds.
The Malori sleep-out deck offers couples or families the unique opportunity to sleep under the Kalahari night sky.