photo hide experience and sunrise cycle tour through the reserve
air while exploring the beauty of the landscapes around you.
Breakaway for a three-night safari to Mashatu Game Reserve. With this adventure-packed wildlife safari, you will not only experience excellent game viewing, but you will also have the amazing opportunity for a session in the unique photo hide, as well as a sunrise cycle tour through the reserve
The location is accessible by car from Johannesburg (About 6 to 7 hour’s drive), but flights can be booked at an additional cost upon request- If you feel like flying in
- 3 x night’s Accommodation
- Conservation levy
- All meals and snacks
- Drinks- Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
- Game drives in open 4-wheel drive safari vehicles conducted by experienced rangers and trackers
- 1 x Sunrise Photo Session
- 1 x Sunrise Cycle Safari
- Telecommunication costs
- All other items of personal nature
How to get started?
Your journey begins
Land of the Giants...
29000 ha/ 72000 acres of private land in Botswana. True wilderness with a diversity of ecosystems and a variety of interesting landscapes.
This gem in the Tuli block on the South African border offers the best predator viewing in Botswana as well as the largest herds of free-roaming elephants. The reserve also boasts over 350 bird species and 92% rain-free days in over 23 years.
Stay 3 nights at Mashatu Tent Camp
Become one with the natural environment
Welcome to a refuge that is very different. This tented camp is the leisure choice for the guest who seeks the ultimate one-on-one bush experience and who prefers a more intimate environment.
The private tents are tucked under the branches of enormous trees, accessible via meandering pathways. The tents themselves are spacious, comfortable, and large enough that adults need not duck to move around in. Each is mounted on a concrete platform and has its own private outdoor en-suite facilities, including W.C. and shower.
Mealtimes are shared in a casual manner, either in the open-air thatched gazebo or in the boma (enclosure) overlooking the floodlit, well-populated waterhole. The camp’s plunge pool invites guests to cool off and escape the relentless heat typical of the summer months.
The END OF THE ROAD….for now