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Oasis Hotel, Botswana Adventure Tours

Botswana Adventure Tours and Activities

"Come and Discover Africa with Us!"

There are places in Africa where the soul is overawed by the breathtaking beauty of our natural world. Oasis Hotel Mokopane is perfectly situated to offer you the best combination of these fascinating places. We are situated in the heart of the Limpopo Province, a mere two and a half hours' drive from OR Tambo International Airport and a stone throw away from the Botswana border where the real adventure into Africa begins.

Our hotel group boasts twelve branches, strategically placed in South Africa and Botswana, and we can offer our guests an unrivalled African experience.

All our hotels are individually designed, and with an established team of friendly and professional staff we offer a highly personalized stay, which can be as relaxing or exciting as you choose. All our accommodation offers en-suite, air-conditioned suites with indoor and outdoor eating areas. Meals are served in a variety of alfresco locations - we try not to eat in the same place twice.

Some exciting activities include:

For the more adventurous, some of the activities and attractions include:


It is every hunter's dream to hunt in Africa. Oasis Hotels boast two privately owned hunting camps - Oasis Lodge Tuli and Oasis Lodge Lephalale.

Oasis Lodge Lephalale:

Oasis Lodge Lephalale is situated in the foothills of the Waterberg Mountains. This pristine 3800-hectare savannah Bushveld is home to eland, wildebeest, waterbuck, kudu, gemsbuck, red hartebeest, giraffe, impala, warthog, bushpig and numerous small game species, including klipspringer and mountain reedbuck.

All our hunts are guided by professional hunters who go the extra mile to make sure that our clients get their ideal trophies.

Oasis Lodge Tuli Block, Botswana:

The Tuli Block in Botswana contains an abundance of wildlife, a profusion of birds and fascinating topography. Here, elephants can be seen grazing with the numerous herds of free-roaming game. The leopard is a common sighting on the banks of the mighty Limpopo River, which forms the southern-most boundary of our concession and the border between South Africa and Botswana. This makes it possible for our guests to have a leisurely, hearty breakfast in South Africa, followed by a mouthwatering lunch on the banks of the Limpopo River by midday.


Hunting in South Africa is not as difficult and expensive as other African countries. Hunters, wanting to bring along their own firearms, need only fill out an SAP520 Form on arrival and an SAP 525 Form on departure. (More information and forms will be supplied upon booking confirmations.)

One of our professional hunters will be waiting for you at the airport to assist you with all formalities. For those who do not own firearms, or do not wish to travel with firearms, we have a variety of firearms of different calibres.

Oasis Lodge caters for all hunters alike. We welcome any newcomers to the wonderful sport of hunting, and our patient guides will help you all the way.

Chobe National Park and Kasane:

This northernmost park covers nearly 4000 square metres, and along with Kasane, the small town serves as the Northern Tourism Hub. Chobe is considered an outstanding destination for game viewing - especially along the river in the drier months of the year - though big game can be seen at any time of the year. Chobe is home to Africa's largest gathering of elephants.

The area is also famous for its prides of lion, herds of Cape buffalo, hippo, crocodile, giraffe, varied antelope species and for supporting the country's richest bird life. Chobe is the only place in Southern Africa where the Puku antelope occurs along the northern stretches of the Chobe River.

Game drives are highly productive and a boat trip, especially in the late afternoon, is a must. There is no better game viewing by boat anywhere in the world than along the Chobe River in the dry season.

Kalahari Salt Pans:

The great saltpans lie in the heart of the Northern Kalahari, forming an area of empty horizons into which the blinding white expanse of the pans disappears in shimmering heat-haze. In winter, dust devils whirl across the open plains; in summer many become undulating seas of grasses beneath the turbulence of the stormy skies. It is a harsh, spare landscape, not to everybody's taste, but it offers isolation as complete as anywhere in Southern Africa, and a wealth of hidden treasures for those prepared to make the effort – including stone-age ruins and prehistoric beaches.

The wildlife is rich, but highly seasonal and nomadic. At times you will find great concentrations of plains game, with all their attendant predators, and, in good years, spectacular breeding colonies of flamingos crowd the shallow waters of Sua Pan. At other times the stage seems empty. Even then, there is always a cast of smaller Kalahari residents behind the scenes – from coursers and korhaan to mongooses and mole rats.

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