Own a part of our private game reserve?

By becoming a co-­owner you can experience the freedom of exploring a magical private game reserve in the Tuli Block in Botswana.

  • Realize your own dream lodge
  • Contribute to the preservation of wildlife
  • Full privacy secured as tourism is not offered
  • No timeshare, you’re actually a co-­owner
  • Leave a legacy for future generations

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Our private game reserve
lies in the heart of Africa
the Tuli Block in Botswana!

Good morning

It’s a perfect day
to explore the reserve

Just take one of the 4x4’s!

Well spotted!
Isn't she a beauty?

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What a beauty

The reserve sets itself apart by a very high leopard visibility. Though naturally shy, many of the leopards dwelling on the reserve are very relaxed and go around unbothered, hunting, marking, feeding and resting. Early mornings and late afternoons are generally the best times to spot one of these magnificent predators.

A solitary leopard is very vulnerable when consuming its prey out in the open. While it is amazing to watch the leopard pursuing its prey, the true show lies in the leopard protecting its meal from other opportunistic predators after the hunt. That is why the leopard goes to the lengths of climbing trees with prey, which often doubles their own weight.

It's up to you.

Do you want to enjoy this view for a while

or explore the bush to your right?

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Zebras

Mother zebras are the sole caretakers of their foals. It is therefore vital that a young zebra is able to recognize its mother. In the first days after birth a mother keeps all other zebras away, familiarizing her young with her smell, her unique pattern of stripes and her voice.

Zebras are social animals that spend time in herds. They graze together, primarily on grass, and must be constantly wary of danger lurking nearby. If an animal is attacked, its family will come to its defense, circling the wounded zebra and attempting to drive off predators by kicking.

I hope you
brought your
camera

A baby rhino always
puts a spell on you!

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Rhinos

The reintroduction of the white rhinos in the Tuli Block is one of the great success stories of the reserve. And as you can see, the rhinos are breeding well.

A great mystery surrounds the naming of the white rhino, with one of the most popular theories being a misunderstanding. Dutch settlers in South Africa named the rhino after its wide mouth with the early English settlers misinterpreting the Dutch word ‘wijd’, meaning wide and ‘wit’ meaning white.

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Red, black and meat eating;
A ground hornbill it is!

Experience the freedom
of creating a picnic with a view

Wow! Is that a Ground Hornbill to your left?

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Wild dogs

The African wild dog, African hunting dog, Cape hunting dog, African painted dog, painted wolf, painted hunting dog, spotted dog, or ornate wolf, all refer to the same wild dog, the lycaon pictus. It is the second-largest wild canid after the grey wolf, and the largest canid in Africa. They predominantly live on the savannahs and in lightly wooden areas.

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Wild dogs

The African wild dog is one of the world’s most endangered mammals. Only 3500 to 4500 individual animals are to be found in the wild today, mainly in East and Southern Africa. A very small population compared to the 500.000 dogs that once roamed the entire continent. Wild dogs have been reintroduced into the reserve and the group of five released in May 2010 has naturally grown into a beautiful pack of 35 individual dogs, with a litter of gorgeous new pups each year.

A pack of wild dogs

Do you want to take part in mapping
their migration patterns? 

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Lodges

All lodges offer a panoramic view on the riverbank. The joy of waking up to a wonderful chorus of birdsong against the backdrop of the running water, whilst animals share a morning drink, is one that can only be experienced. The riverbank lodges are fully equipped to enjoy a lengthy stay in the reserve, providing the comfort and privacy you‘re looking for and offering all that you need when you‘re sharing the beauty of the reserve with your personal guests.

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Our architect captured some of the possibilities for future lodges in various designs that offer a beautiful impression of our reserve and its envisaged future.

The afternoon is
yours to spend

Share the privacy of your own
lodge with your guests

Hi
are you enjoying
the journey so far?


Would you like to get in contact and skip the rest of safari,

or continue your trip and go for a sundowner?

The beest is even
wilder at night!


Wait, what's that cracking
noise to your right?

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Walking, drinking and eating
Such is an Elephant’s life

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Elephants

Adult elephants need to eat up to 200 kg of bushes, bark, fruit and grass a day. So it’s no surprise if you spot them having a late night snack.

Botswana is a home to more than one third of the elephants in the world. And the reserve is part of Botswana’s success in preserving this incredible animal. The 30 individual elephants that are to be found in the reserve are an eye catcher every time you have the thrill of encountering them in the wild.

Catching a leopard
twice in a day,
lucky you!


thank you for embarking
on this magical journey.

As proud owners we’re more than happy to share
our experiences on being part of this private
game reserve.

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Paul Klomp

Co-Founder

+31 (0)6 53 18 72 37

paul@partofafrica.com

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Sylvia van Kerkwijk

Co-Founder

+31 (0)6 25 52 43 92

sylvia@partofafrica.com

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Own a part of
our private
game reserve?

Part of Africa is your gateway to a magical private game reserve in the Tuli Block in Botswana. Its unique beauty is captured by its diversity.

 

Mountains, bush and savannah come together in the reserve, creating a wilderness that attracts Africa's eye-catching wildlife. Co-owners experience the freedom to explore the beauty of the reserve and can take part in various wildlife conservation projects. The beautiful lodges of the reserve are built on the banks of the ever flowing Limpopo River and future planning offers shareholders the possibility to realize their own dream lodges in this unique wilderness.

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onwners for more information

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Sylvia van Kerkwijk

Co-Founder

+31 (0)6 25 52 43 92

sylvia@partofafrica.com

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