The Tualuka hunting area of 7000 ha is situated in north-western Namibia and forms part of the Loxodonta Africana Conservancy.
Shaded by huge Ana trees, the Huab River forms an ideal habitat for the free ranging desert elephants as well as two endemic Namibian species: Hartmann’s mountain zebra (Equus zebra hartmannae) and Damara dik-dik (Maoqua kirkii). The typical Mopane savanna is broken by high mountains and granite koppies providing an ideal habitat for kudu, oryx, warthog, steenbok and leopard.
The Tualuka hunting area is situated 450 km north-west of Windhoek and a 5 hour drive from the international airport. Small propeller aircrafts can touch down on the landing strip.
At Tualuka our guests are accommodated in a 5 star lodge superbly integrated into the granite boulder landscape. Four luxury chalets situated on the banks of the Huab River and shaded by large ana trees provide an excellent view of a waterhole which is frequented by elephants almost every day.
Sights to visit in the vicinity of Tualuka: