The Tswalu Experience

With conservation at its core, Tswalu offers privileged access to one of the last remaining wilderness areas in South Africa - home to habituated meerkats and the endangered pangolin

Starting at €1630 per adult sharing per night

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Tswalu offers a vision of hope that brings together conservation, research and an unrivalled safari experience. Everything we do is centred around our creed: To leave our world better than how we found it.

No two Tswalu experiences are the same. That’s because the way you see and touch this magical place will be shaped by your particular interests and will happen at your own pace. Tswalu is a generous landscape and as the sun rises above the Korannaberg mountains each morning, new opportunities to learn, play and explore come to life.

With your own dedicated guide and vehicle, you can experience Tswalu exactly the way you want to. There are no fixed schedules or time limits at special sightings – during your stay, the dunes and grasslands are yours to explore the way you want to, and each wildlife encounter can unfold at its own pace.

In the shelter of the mountains – which also provide a dramatic backdrop to wildlife sightings – you can encounter Tswalu’s 240 kinds of bird and 80 mammal species, including Hartmann’s mountain zebra, wild dog, black maned lion, pangolin and aardvark.

The Motse camp is a secluded ‘village’ of nine “legae” (the Tswana word for ‘dwellings’) including three family legae, accessed from the main building along wooden walkways which wind through the quiver trees and camel thorns. They are situated to ensure that each one is private and secluded and built using natural materials from the area.

Tswalu offers a fully inclusive guest experience:

  • Private game viewing vehicle with a dedicated guide and tracker for all bookings

  • Walking safaris and nature walks, including traditional plant use interpretation

  • Habituated meerkats

  • Horse riding

  • Bird watching

  • Some of the oldest bushman rock engravings in Africa

  • A visit to our community clinic and pre-school

  • The Tswalu Foundation research projects

  • Involvement in all wildlife project work currently on the property

  • Accommodation

  • All meals including a variety of dining experiences from boma dinners to dune picnics

  • Dinner at Restaurant Klein JAN

  • All beverages and full selection from our award-winning wine-list

  • In-suite tea and coffee making facilities

  • In-suite private bar and gourmet pantry

  • Laundry and valet services

  • Wireless internet access and national telephone calls

  • Children's Junior Ranger programme and baby-sitting

The Tswalu Experience