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Restoring the Kalahari through sustainable conservation, informed by research, supported by ecotourism.
Tswalu’s remote location in the southern Kalahari offers the ultimate off-the-beaten-track escape. From the landmark Korannaberg mountains to the grassy, red sand dunes rippling away to the horizon, this vast tract of privately owned wilderness in the green Kalahari is at the forefront of sustainable ecotourism in South Africa. As a fellow member of The Long Run, Tswalu’s sustainability journey is focused on the four key areas of conservation, community, culture and commerce. The reserve is first and foremost an ambitious conservation project that funds numerous research projects, geared towards understanding and conserving key species within the Kalahari ecosystem.
Guaranteed access to a private vehicle, guide and tracker provides guests with the freedom and flexibility to explore the green Kalahari’s diverse, game-rich habitats – always with unlimited time at sightings. On a Tswalu safari, time and space are the true luxuries. Besides day and night game drives, complimentary activities include nature walks, animal tracking, horse riding, stargazing, dune breakfasts, sleeping out under the stars, and spending time with habituated meerkats. With accommodation for a maximum of 28 guests at the Motse camp and Tarkuni homestead, our high-value approach to sustainable ecotourism helps fund the vital conservation work that is at the heart of this noble project to restore the southern Kalahari for future generations.