Tour De Tuli
Tour de Tuli is a renowned, premier mountain bike Tour through some of Africa’s most pristine wilderness areas in Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Traditionally the event takes place at the end of July beginning of August each year for a maximum of 350 cyclists and will be approximately 300km (185 miles) of riding over 4 days. The event is the main fundraiser for Children in the Wilderness (CITW), and all funds raised through the Tour will be channelled directly into CITW.
The Tour is renowned for its extremely high standards of service, tented accommodation in beautiful wilderness locations and obviously the unique experience of riding through some of Africa’s most pristine, wildlife and geologically rich areas. The Tour provides cyclists with the unforgettable opportunity to follow ancient elephant and other wildlife trails in the remote, conservation and community areas of Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Cyclists not only have the opportunity to see a parade of wildlife, but the route also includes magnificent scenery and cultural interactions with the local communities living on the boundaries of these conservation areas.
For further information: www.tourdewilderness.com