Elephant Back Safaris
A sunset silhouette of the Jabulani herd returning to their sleeping quarters after a long day of foraging in the bush…
Meet the Camp Jabulani elephants. The herd has matured over time to become a very close-knit family group. Each elephant has its own character and shares a unique bond with the rest of the group.Your wish is our command…. As no two people are the same, it stands to reason that their needs will differ. It is this focus on individuality which sets Camp Jabulani apart. Although the menu of recommended activities, such as Kruger Park safaris, has been carefully crafted, each guest’s experience is very uniquely tailored. Not an early bird, and prefer a later wake up call? Love to have breakfast served in your suite? Want to spend another hour out in the bush? No problem. On arrival, every visitor is met by Camp Jabulani’s management for a personal welcome and orientation. It is at this point that clients are invited to share their experiential expectations, as well as to communicate any particular dietary preferences and restrictions so that meals are planned accordingly. At Camp Jabulani, every guest is treated as the only one!
Recommended menu of activities
- The Camp Jabulani Elephant Interaction
- Game drives
- Guided walking safaris
- Spa treatment
- Visit to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre
- Hot air balloon ride
- In addition, we can offer golf and helicopter flights
Six babies have joined the Camp Jabulani herd since 2006, and the intra-herd dynamics have changed significantly since. While wild elephants group themselves in matriarchal herds – with male bull elephants joining the herds from time to time and having little to do with the younger members – each and every member of Camp Jabulani’s herd, both male and female, is an integral part of the very cohesive family.
Hoedspruit, Limpopo, South Africa
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