Tembe Elephant Park is most widely known for having over 200 of the world’s largest Elephants, which are also the last remaining indigenous herd in KwaZulu-Natal and includes the legendary big “Tuskers.” (Tuskers are elephants whose enormous tusks weigh more than 45kgs)!
Tembe is comprised of 30,000 hectares of land which was historically owned by the Tembe tribe – the ancestral custodians of the area. Nkosi (Chief) Mzimba Tembe donated the land for the formation of this Game Reserve, and it is still owned by the Tembe tribe community, while its precious bio-diversity is managed by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife; the KwaZulu-Natal conservation service.
We offer a 5 – 8 hour safari through Tembe, a wild 4×4 only park, with vast herds of elephant and other game. It is a great way to spend a few hours observing the comings and goings at one of their watering holes. We pick you up from your accommodation in Kosi Bay and bring you back after the tour.
Give us a call at 072 446 1525 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.