Game drives at the Tswalu Kalahari Reserve are an unforgettable way to explore the area and can be arranged with a picnic.
Specialised game vehicles set off into the bush to track game in over 100 000 hectares of land, as your professional guides and trackers lead the search. Game drives can be tailored to your own interests.
At this luxury reserve, bush walks are perfect for unique sightings and closer encounters within nature. The Kalahari vegetation can be touched and studied, nests and burrows inspected and small creatures can be examined. After breakfast, a walk to a meerkat colony will provide a glimpse of how these magnificent and very cute mammals interact with one another. Night walks provide an opportunity to spot the nocturnal wildlife, including aardvark, porcupine and brown hyena.
Scenic horse safaris are a great way to explore the dunes and desert, with the stunning Korannaberg Mountains in the background, as the late afternoon sunsets.
The cuisine at the game reserve is a mix of international cuisine with local touches, using only the freshest ingredients. The venison and Kalahari truffle comes highly recommended. Sumptuous sundowners can be savoured as well as dune dinners. Various South African meats can be enjoyed at a traditional boma braai dinner along with fine South African wine.
At this reserve, no Kalahari tour is complete without witnessing the rock art made by the indigenous people who once inhabited these lands many years ago.