The Corridor is not yet a tourism region. It is interesting from a cultural point of view and has two natural jewels: Khama Rhino Sanctuary (only réserve of the country) and especially the Tuli Block. The proposed route can be taken from Gaborone or Nata or Maun, although the road to Serowe is a bit long.
Day 1: Game drive in Khama Rhino Sanctuary
Day 2: Sunset in Tuli Block
Day 3: One park, four opportunities for discovery
Day 4: Wildlife and Archaeology Day
Day 5: Do you get a bit of a reserve?
Day 6: Walk on a private reserve
Khama Rhino Sanctuary. Game drive in the sanctuary to observe the rhinos and antelopes that are well represented in the small reserve. Overnight on site.
Drive to the Tuli Block. Via Selebi Phikwe, join the Tuli Block from the north and reach the Northern Tuli Reserve. Enjoy the sunset over the rocky chaos of the region.
Exploring the reserve by 4x4, on foot, by bike, on horseback.
Observation of wildlife and archaeological sites.
Visit of another reservation along the Tuli Block.
Back to the Gaborone-Francistown axis, you can relax and walk on foot in a private reserve along the Limpopo before joining Gaborone or the northern part of the country. Note that we can win South Africa from day 4.
Each Travel Idea is customizable according to your wishes