Day visitors as well as lodge guests can enjoy an elephant safari through the diverse valleys, plains and forests of the bushveld, whilst delighting in the flora and fauna from lofty heights. Observe the elephants within their natural environment and capture unforgettable moments with these majestic animals.
Adults are the standard rate, children 12 years old and under pay half the standard rate. No charge for 3 year olds and under. The standard rates exclude transfers. All rates are subject to change without prior notice. Bookings are essential.
Self-drive day visitors and lodge guests to please download our map. Due to our remote location we recommend that guests make use of our fully compliant in-house transfer company, which offers road transfers.
1 April 2018 – 31 March 2020 per adult R990 per child R445
Safari Duration: ± 1 hour (includes a ride, walk, feeding the elephants) – we do have a day visitor restaurant should you wish to have a light meal and/or beverage after your encounter.
Safari Times: Our safari times are at 08h00, 11h00 and 15h00. Please ensure that you arrive 15 minutes prior to the time.
Child Policy: Children are allowed to ride the elephants, with a parent accompanied by an elephant handler. 50% discount for children under the age of 12 years.
We recommend that you bring the following in order to maximise your comfort during your safari:
Good walking shoes (running / tennis shoes are suitable)
Warm jacket for the winter months (May to September)
Light rain gear for summer months (October to April)
Long trousers / slacks
Suntan lotion & sun block
Duma is the most humble and endearing of the three, yet ironically also the dominant bull. He shows superior intelligence, pays attention during training and has mastered all the handlers commands. All of which is done through a positive reinforcement reward system.
Mukwa the greedy one has a reputation for stealing feed from the other two elephants whenever he gets the chance. He is affectionately nick named 4X4 as he is the strongest of the trio and makes climbing the steep mountain slopes seem effortless.
Thaba has proven to be the exact opposite of his two bachelor companions and is a closed book, never showing his intentions, his big and all-knowing eyes not revealing a thing.
The hefty trio from left to right: Thaba, Mukwa and Duma