|01 January 2018 - 15 December 2018||Motse Suite||R 16,180 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|Motse Family Suite||R 40,594 per suite per night||based on 2 adults and 2 children under 17 years sharing|
|16 December 2018 - 16 January 2019||Motse Suite||R 16,655 pppn sharing||special rate for advance bookings|
|Motse Family Suite||R 41,785 per suite per night||based on 2 adults and 2 children under 17 years sharing|
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Tswalu Kalahari, owned by the Oppenheimer family, is South Africa's largest private game reserve, covering an area of over 100,000 hectares (1,000sqkm or almost a quarter of a million acres). For comparison, this is twice the size of Pilanesberg National Park and bigger than the entire Madikwe reserve. This vast and magical landscape takes conservation as its first priority; Nicky Oppenheimer's vision is to "restore the Kalahari to itself". Tswalu has superlative game and offers sightings of some of South Africa's rarest and most extraordinary wildlife, including Desert black rhino, Black-maned Kalahari lions, Meerkats, Cheetah, Rare antelope such as roan, sable and tsessebe as well as regular sightings of species such as the elusive aardvark, aardwolf, pangolin and porcupine.
Tswalu accommodates a maximum of 30 guests in two beautiful locations, Motse and Tarkuni, both designed by the world-renowned Boyd Ferguson in an atmosphere of barefoot luxury.
Accommodates up to 20 guests in eight individual legae (suites) made from desert sand, rock and thatch. Two of the eight legae were designed especially for families and comprise two separate bedrooms with their own en- suite bathrooms, sharing a spacious living area. Each legae also has an en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower, an outside shower with desert views, an open fireplace, separate dressing and study area, telephone, safe, wireless internet, and a private sun deck with stunning views of the Kalahari. The main lodge at Motse is designed with elevated decks, a spacious lounge and dining area, a library, a fully equipped gym and adjacent spa, an impressive wine cellar and traditional Boma. All profits from its exclusive gift shop go to fund conservation research on the reserve. The Motse has a large, outdoor pool and a smaller solar heated pool with views of a waterhole and the game it attracts.
Set amid two rolling mountain ranges, Tarkuni is the Oppenheimer family's own personal retreat at Tswalu offering an oasis of serenity with beguiling views onevery side. Tarkuni is ideal for smaller groups of close friends, family or even corporate retreats. The villa accommodates a maximum of 10 guests with five luxurious bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms, a vast open-plan lounge and dining room, and an intimate library. A covered deck leads to a private sala and a swimming pool. Tarkuni comes complete with a private vehicle, dedicated guide and tracker. In addition your personal chef creates the luxury of total flexibility in dining choices. An additional vehicle can be reserved for larger groups.