The Tuli Block, a narrow margin of land on Botswana’s eastern border, is well known for its breathtaking and very photogenic topography and is distinctly different from anywhere else in Botswana. This unique pocket of wilderness, edged by South Africa and Zimbabwe, is characterized by rocky outcrops, sandstone cliffs, stones and pebbles of all shapes and sizes, red sand and the instantly recognizable baobab and fever trees. Wildlife, including the large eland antelope, thrives in the Tuli’s wild and rocky terrain and the Tuli is also a well-known birding hotspot. Sites of unique San rock art and fossil discoveries add an interesting archaeological aspect to the area. Game viewing in the Tuli’s well-managed, mostly private reserves will not disappoint. The Northern Tuli Game Reserve (NTGR), at the convergence of the Limpopo, Shashe and Motloutse rivers, is a popular safari destination with Mashatu Game Reserve comprising about 40% of the NTGR. Accommodation options in the Tuli Block consist of a small number of safari camps.