​Expert Reviews – Northern Tuli GR

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Mark Eveleigh   –  
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Visited: April

Mark is a travel writer who grew up in Africa and has written over 700 titles for Condé Nast Traveller, Travel Africa, BBC Wildlife and others.

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Incredible leopard country on the picturesque banks of the Limpopo
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If you are arriving in Tuli from South Africa then take a chance to cross the border via the Limpopo River crossing at Pont Drift (although you will have to leave your vehicle on the SA side). This must be the only place in the world where you cross the international border between two countries by cablecar! The lodges and camps in Tuli Block do pick-ups from Pont Drift anyway so it is not always inconvenient to leave your vehicle behind. Tuli guides seem to be among the best in Botswana and, as this is fantastic leopard country, take every opportunity to benefit from their tracking skills! I saw my first leopard kill here and also watched a courting pair of leopards for about 40 minutes (well, he was courting but she was not so keen – familiar story...?).

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