Tswehe Wildlife Reserve is situated in the heart of the Tuli, Botswana. The reserve is home to the highest peak of the region called Tswehe Hill, which was named after the elusive Mountain Reedbuck with its whistling call echoing ‘tswehe’ from afar. The reserve borders the mighty Limpopo river in the South, where Pels Fishing Owls are abundant, fishing amongst crocodiles and hippos. Heading North through the vast expanse of the reserve, the vegetation changes from thick riverine forest to Savanna woodland, interspersed by rocky outcrops and ancient Baobabs. Tswehe's rich biodiversity provides a paradise for Elephant, Leopard, Lion, Hyena, Zebra, Giraffe, Wildebeest and a host of many antelope and wildlife species. Our vision is a balance between conservation, communities and sustainable low-impact tourism.