The Mashatu Game Reserve, was originally known as the Tuli enclave. This is a remarkable wilderness of savannah, riverine forests, marshland, open plains and sandstone cliffs located in the remote eastern corner Botswana, in the Tuli block at the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers.
Mashatu Game Reserve is home to the largest, single population of Elephant on privately owned land. The population on Mashatu alone, is approxiametly 700.
Experienced Tswana rangers and trackers are enthusiastic to show you the Mashatu Game Reserve and this makes the wildlife experience at Mashatu very personalized
The four-wheel drive safari vehicles set out at early morning in search of the different species which inhabit the reserve and at late afternoon. The cheetah, zebra, giraffe, eland, impala, steenbok and the breeding herds of elephants are encountered out on the plains and for the bird lovers there are over 350 species of birds which can be spotted. There is a diverse variety of fauna and flora which flourishes throughout the year.