Lodge style Opulent and refined
Luxury Khwai safari experience
Tuludi is an intimate tented camp located in the 200,000 hectare Khwai Private Reserve and offers an iconic Moremi experience in stylish surroundings. Accommodation is spacious, contemporary and comfortable, and blends seamlessly with the natural setting. Central spaces are raised and overlook the scenic floodplains and include communal and private dining options, where excellent wholesome meals are served. There is also a curio shop, fire-pit and large swimming pool. Between game experiences, perhaps spend some time relaxing in the elevated treehouse library, which is four meters off the ground.
Seven tented rooms have en-suite bathrooms with in- and outdoor showers, bathtubs, and private decks with plunge pools. Your tent is an exlusive oasis you will be delighted to return to after an adventure-filled day in the bush. Sophisticated interiors mix the traditional with the contemporary: you will find large spaces (60 square meters per tent), dotted with intriguing maps, and various botanicals and treasures from around the area.
Activities at Tuludi Camp
Activities include morning and afternoon game drives in the concession area, walking safaris and seasonal mokoro and boating safaris (depending on water levels). The landscape surrounding Tuludi Camp near Moremi is fit for a fairy tale: floodplains stretch as far as the eye can see and the glistening waterways and emerald forests attract all the stars of the wildlife safari show. This light footprint camp runs off solar power, and charging facilities are available.
Reviews Tuludi Camp
Tuludi is connected by a series of raised wooden walkways. Tracy Kelly’s contemporary, bright interiors complement the environment with an element of playfulness; a slightly bizarre addition is the slide from the second-storey library. Combine this with the elevated walkways, and the place has a bit of a jungle gym vibe. The main area is spacious and open with plenty of room for guests to spread out. A design highlight is Sarah Pryke’s curved black bar, embellished with glittering mosaic glass animals, including a leopard, a lilac-breasted roller and a pangolin.Heather Richardson (The Telegraph)