Unlike many other luxury African game reserves, Tswalu Kalahari Reserve is a place where children are gladly welcomed. With a range of fun activities and accommodation especially suited to kids, this is a place where your children will feel stimulated, happy and above all, at home.
A visit to Twalu is one that is highly educational, but without the boredom of sitting in a stuffy classroom. While on game drives and bush walks, children will be able to learn fascinating lessons about the Kalahari wildlife, birdlife and vegetation from the knowledgeable rangers. However, we know that mom and dad are bound to need some solitude during long and languid Tswalu afternoons, so to keep the tiny tots occupied, children will have access to a wealth of coloring-in books and crayons, paints and creative activities ( such as making mobiles, finger painting ). Favorites are playing on the dunes, or finger painting, or barbecuing breadsticks and marshmallows.
Because Tswalu Kalahari Reserve is in a malaria-free area, there is no need to worry about preventative malaria medication for yourself or your little ones.
The Motse accommodation contains a children's room called Jwa Bana. In addition, babysitting services are readily available for adults seeking peace and solitude.
In the Tarkuni house, there is special children's accommodation comprising two sets of bunk beds, sleeping four children in total. An adjoining nanny's quarters comprises two single beds and an en-suite bathroom.
This is also the original home of "Meerkat Manor". Get up close and view these fascinating animals in their natural habitat.