Tswalu, where the Kalahari Bushmen once roamed, is an exquisite place where time seems to stand still. Set in a malaria-free area of South Africa, this privately owned, luxury Kalahari Desert retreat is home to many and varied species of wildlife.
Tswalu is the largest private reserve in South Africa enclosing an area of over 100 000 hectares. Located in the Kalahari Desert in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, it lies 700km from Johannesburg and 270km from Upington. Tswalu offers a real desert experience with breathtaking landscapes and sunsets in this historic home of the bushman.
The Kalahari region is regarded as the finest area in Africa for star gazing and Tswalu has a high powered telescope for guests' use. For artists and photographers - Korannaberg mountain lookout offers breathtaking landscapes.
Tswalu prides itself on the number of different animal species kept within the reserve. Through great conservation efforts, animal numbers are growing in a completely natural habitat.