Loapi tented camp is open for business and currently has an incredible Stay Pay offer which includes free flights to and from Tswalu.

Designed to tread lightly in that ‘space below the clouds’, the camp’s elegant, modular, tented design ensures a continuous connection with the natural environment. The camp stretches for one kilometre (0.6 miles) from one end to the other, providing space and privacy between the six private tented homes to encourage a true wilderness experience.

There is space to breathe out here, to reconnect with nature and yourself. From your private home, the views across Bruwer Valley to the Korannaberg create scenes of constantly shifting light, colour and shadow, providing a snapshot of the southern Kalahari’s startling beauty.

Read more about Loapi Tented Camp to help you plan unforgettable private safaris where everything is taken care of behind the scenes by a full-time homathi (butler) and chef. As with Tarkuni and Motse, a private vehicle, guide and tracker are guaranteed with every Loapi booking. This is what a private safari is all about – enjoyed at your own pace, while making the most of unscripted time in nature.

The best of Tswalu promotion

Book 6 nights at Tswalu Kalahari and only pay for 5 nights.

Rich and diverse in both habitat and fauna and flora, Tswalu is a vast destination with many activities on offer that differentiate it from other safari properties. The Best of Tswalu is an immersive six-night itinerary that includes three nights at the Motse camp (first night free) followed by three nights at Loapi. To celebrate the introduction of this first dual camp offer, complimentary return flights to Tswalu from Johannesburg or Cape Town have also been included. Read more about this exciting Best of Tswalu offer, valid for new reservations up to 15 December 2024, then contact reservations to book on res@tswalukalahari.com.

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