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The Motse closed for renovations until June 2019

by Tswalu Kalahari on Fri, March 22, 2019 in News, The Motse, 

Tswalu Kalahari is excited to announce that its main camp, The Motse, is closed until 16 June 2019 to implement an extensive renovation programme.

This comprehensive project will deliver a new world of luxury, privacy, and exclusivity to the reserve’s guests.

Tswalu’s target market is the high-end global luxury travel market and demands that the experience is exciting and inspirational. The renovations will create a space that resonates with this vision in every aspect of its offering.

Tswalu anticipates this investment to yield transformational results in the aesthetics, functionality and delivery of its hospitality.

The Tarkuni Homestead, which accommodates five couples, remains operational during the period that The Motse is closed.

Tswalu Kalahari is primarily focused on land restoration and conservation. It is honest, authentic, inspirational and pioneering. Tswalu cares deeply about the land, its rehabilitation and restoration, as well as the people within and around it. It cares about providing its guests with life changing adventures, while also offering privacy, exclusivity and exquisite attention to detail. These goals sit in perfect equilibrium as each guest contributes directly to the sustainability of the reserve in a true model of eco-tourism.

We are excited to share these renderings of the renovations and will keep you updated about the progress: