Elephant Back Safari & Interaction

Animal Sanctuaries / Big Game & Wildlife in or near Cintsa, Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in CintsaElephant Back Safari & Interaction

Animal Sanctuaries Big Game & Wildlife Wild Coast

Where? Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve, Schafli Road, Cintsa, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape

When? By arrangement.

How? Call +27 (0)43 734-3234

How much? Price on request

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Cintsa, in Eastern Cape

More? See website

At Inkwenkwezi Game Reserve you can get up close and personal with one of the world's most amazing animals - you'll never forget it. This hands-on learning experience includes lots of one-on-one interaction with these graceful, gentle giants.

The reserve is situated within an area of one hundred square kilometers encompassing five different biomes (vegetation types) which offer varied game viewing. It is one of the few reserves with a tidal estuary.

The reserve has the big five and a variety of antelope as well as giraffe, zebra & other predators. The reserve is five minutes from magnificent beaches and a 40 minute drive from a national airport.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Cintsa

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