WHY VISIT TSWALU KALAHARI

Best chances in Southern Africa for the elusive Aardvark and Pangolin

Unique desert habitat

Spend a morning with entertaining Meerkats

African horseback safari

Impressive Black-maned Kalahari Lions and a healthy population of Cheetah and African Wild Dog

The rare Roan, Sable and Tsessebe antelope

Ancestral home of the San people, ancient engravings can be seen

Private guide, vehicle and tracker included for all guests

Emphasis on exclusivity and privacy

Combines well with the Sabi Sand and Cape Town

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Top Birds of Tswalu

  • Northern Black Korhaan
  • African Pygmy Falcon
  • Red-necked Falcon
  • Swallow-tailed Bee-eater
  • Sociable Weaver colonies
  • Kori Bustard
  • Burchell’s Sandgrouse
  • Eastern Clapper Lark
  • Double-banded Courser
  • Bradfield’s Swift

Top Mammals of Tswalu

  • Black Rhino
  • Black-maned Kalahari Lion
  • Leopard
  • Meerkat
  • Cheetah
  • Wild Dog
  • Aardvark
  • Pangolin
  • Aardwolf
  • Brown Hyaena

FEATURED LODGES AND CAMPS OF TSWALU KALAHARI



When to visit Tswalu Kalahari

The Tswalu Kalahari Reserve is spectacular any time of year, but undoubtedly our favorite time to visit is the winter (June to August) when sightings of Aardvark and Pangolin increase. The clear evenings result in a sky powdered with stars. The days are pleasantly warm and at night you can get cozy around an open fireplace.

 

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