Elephant Safari at Jabulani

Jabulani in Kapama Game Reserve offers guests a tailor-made safari experience including a respectful Elephant experience.

Guests on their South Africa safari holiday at the luxury Camp Jabulani in Kapama Game Reserve can look forward to a wide range of game viewing activities including game drives and optional helicopter flights and hot air balloon rides.

Relax at the spa while enjoying views over the African bush. Treatments available include a range of massages such as the hot stone massage and facials.

Guided Game Drives

Guided game drives at Jabulani are intimate with only 4-6 guests per vehicle. Experienced rangers accompany you on open safari vehicles to search for the Big Five and a diverse range of smaller wildlife. Kapama Game Reserve is also ideal for bird watching.

A highlight of staying at Jabulani is the flexibility of activities and game drives which you enjoy when it suits you. Cool off after your game viewing experience in your own private plunge pool.

Guests can also pay a visit to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre. The centre is only a 30 minute drive from the camp. The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre is one of the leading research and breeding facilities for endangered species in South Africa.

The Elephant Experience at Jabulani

Elephant lovers will be in heaven at Jabulani where you can enjoy a superb South African Elephant safari with respectful elephant interaction. In keeping with animal welfare trends, Jabulani no longer offers Elephant back safari tours in South Africa. Instead, the Elephant interaction experience lets you meet the herd ambassadors and their handlers.

Learn about their habits and take some photos with these intelligent creatures. Watching the Jabulani elephant herd in the wild and having a bath in the waterhole is a treat!

Jabu Juniors Kids Club

This children programme caters for young safari guests under the age of 12. It is designed to stimulate and entertain children and, at the same time, allow parents to take a little time out. Possible activities for children during the Team Tusker Programme are:

  • Spoor identification (learning about the foot prints of African wildlife)
  • Tracking
  • Orienteering (learning to find the way home)
  • Cheetah Paw Paintings (children are able to sketch their own renditions of real-life cheetah paw prints)
  • Animal Art (making animals on loose rocks – fantastic to show-off back at home)
  • Star-naming
  • Cheetah Conservation Initiatives, etc.

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