Tuli is a 14 000 (fourteen thousand) hectares area in south east Botswana that borders the Limpopo River for 10 (ten) kilometres with South Africa lying directly South of the property. The area also has an interesting history because of the fact that it was originally established as a buffer between South Africa and the then Bechuanaland Protectorate when the Protectorate donated land to the Queen of England to ensure protection from South Africa.
The property in the early seventies then got divided into blocks that were sold off to individuals for mainly breeding cattle. Over the years Tuli gradually started changing to wildlife and blocks like ours were subsequently created. The area is large tree bush veldt environment and famous for very typical bush veldt hunts and animals like, warthog, impala, kudu, waterbuck, blue wildebeest and leopard.The area was also well known for its natural occurrence of sable, which the last one according to records found was hunted in 1998. H&F however has reintroduced these animals and is offering hunts on these magnificent creatures from 2011.
The property has 2 (two) main camps; one the "river" camp lying on the banks of the Limpopo River and the second the " bush" camp well placed on a natural pan filled with hundreds of indigenous trees. Both camps are tented and furnished to the level of "bush" elegance.