Tuli Safari area is a protected area in south-western Zimbabwe. It comprises four areas within the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Estate and covers the entire west bank of the Shashe River within the Thuli Circle. Tuli comprises four reserves.The reserves are administered as a single unit, from the National Parks and Wildlife authority office on the east bank of the Shashe River.
Flora and fauna
Wildlife includes elephants, cheetah, leopard, black rhinos, wild dogs and lions. Most of the Tuli area is scrubland. The park's eastern border supports riverine vegetation.
Accommodations and camping
Camping sites exist at the head office and within the safari area. There are no hotels or self-catering accommodation.
Road access is via the village of Tuli, which can be reached from Beitbridge via Nottingham Estate, or from Gwanda via Guyu and Hwali. On each access route, much of the distance is over poor roads, and four wheel drive may be required. Four wheel drive is essentially for crossing the Shashe River to access the park. There is an earth airstrip at Tuli.