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Tuli Safari Lodge Closed Due to Flood Damage
Following the devastating floods suffered throughout the Limpopo area, Tuli Safari Lodge have suffered considerable damage. We are currently undertaking a full assessment and will revert with more information as soon as possible, however we regret to inform you that both the lodge and the bush camp will remain closed until further notice.
With 450mm (18 inches) of rain falling in just a few days, water levels were unprecedented across the Northern Tuli Game Reserve. The Limpopo River broke its banks abruptly on Sunday evening with flood waters rising very rapidly and engulfing much of the lodge up to 2m deep. We are pleased to report that all guests and staff members were safely evacuated.
For more information please contact:
Wendy du Toit
Tel: +27 (0)35 753 1366
Mobile: +27 (0)83 775 9654