Natural Selection plans lodge in Botswana's Okavango Delta

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A rendering shows a bedroom in a luxury tent at Natural Selection's Tuludi property.
A rendering shows a bedroom in a luxury tent at Natural Selection's Tuludi property.

African-based safari company Natural Selection will open what it calls its most exclusive property yet, Tuludi, in the Okavango Delta in Botswana in July.

Located in the 500,000-acre Khwai Private Reserve in the northern reaches of the Okavango, Tuludi features seven treehouse-styled luxury tents. Each of the spacious units has a footprint of over 1,000 square feet and comprises a separate dressing and sleeping area and en-suite bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers and al fresco bathtubs. Outside there's a sunken seating area, a hanging chair and a private plunge pool, all overlooking the floodplains.

The property also features a treehouse library set high up in the canopy, making it the perfect place to curl up with a book and listen to the sounds of nature.

The camp is entirely solar powered to ensure carbon emissions are kept to a minimum. The camp will be free of single-use plastics and have the latest and most efficient gray-water processing plant to ensure that the impacts on the environment is as low as possible.

Rates at Tuludi start at $1,020 per person, per night, based on double occupancy. The rate is inclusive of full board accommodations, house drinks and safari activities. For more information, visit http://naturalselection.travel.

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