The Mashutu Hide: An Elephant Photographer’s Dream

Elephants are one of the most intriguing of the African animals to sit and observe, with their complex hierarchal structure and extremely social herd activities. Elephants love being with one another and their interactions often uncannily reflect our own. The Mashatu Game Reserve – in the northern Tuli Game Reserve of Botswana – is renowned for both it’s high concentration of the world’s largest land mammal, and their custom underground hides which provide a wholly unique viewing experience.

With 75 000 acres of pristine Botswana wilderness, Mashatu (or ‘Land of the Giants’) boasts the largest concentration of wild elephant herds on private land in Southern Africa. The eco-friendly reserve is easily accessible from Johannesburg and will form the heart of South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe’s Transfrontier Park.

Watch the video below to get a taste of the experience that awaits at Mashatu Game Reserve Botswana, and Contact Us to make all your arrangements a stress free breeze.

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