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Through the Eyes of an Elephant.

Immerse yourself in the world of an elephant.

Have you ever wondered how an elephant sees, hears, smells and feels the world? Or what emotions and intellect we share with these big brained, social mammals? This is a one off adventure into the mind, body and soul of an elephant.

Immerse yourself in the journey our expert elephant carers will take you on. They will educate you, engage you and enthral you. You’ll be able to get up close, meet some of the remarkable personalities in our herd. Discover some of the unique skills and behaviours that make them the amazing creatures they are. Understand first hand some of their super-mammal powers. Then watch them in their natural environment, playing, bathing, rolling in mud and generally putting on a show at the waterhole!

You will also learn about the many challenges that elephants face in the wild and how you can help.  From research projects to elephant conflict mitigation, community engagement and other supported conservation projects.  As a charity, Zambezi Elephant Welfare and Conservation Trust (ZEWACT), puts any surplus it has toward projects that will benefit elephants.

You will get the chance to give them a natural treat, learn a little about their individual personalities and what is required to care for and give them the best possible life. 

Finally just relax with refreshments and view elephants do what they do, play, browse or interact with others in the herd.

Morning or Afternoon Activity

US$$100 Suggested Donation

Morning activity pick up time is 09:00
Refreshments at the waterhole include teas, coffees, soft drinks, water and a muffin

Afternoon Activity pick up time is 15:30
Refreshments at the waterhole include beer, wine, soft drinks, water and bar snacks



Additional Information

What is included?

Your return transfer from hotels in Victoria Falls, refreshments such as stated.

What isn’t included?

There are no additional costs.

Is there an age or fitness restriction?

No minimum age, however, children under 16 must be accompanied by a guardian. There’s no fitness or weight limit but you must be fit enough to walk between the reception and the viewing platform along bush pathways and up steps.

What safety measures are in place?

We have onsite guides who are fully trained in advanced first aid, will give a full safety briefing before meeting the elephants. The reception area has a first aid kit, and fire extinguishers. There are 2-way communication radios and mobile phones on board if there is need for further assistance and for easy communication with the office.

What should I bring?

Bring your camera, binoculars, insect repellent, sunscreen during the hot season and a jersey during the cooler months.

What should I leave behind?

Your valuables and anything else that you do not need on the cruise.

What should I wear?

Wear light clothes in as it can be very hot. Wear clothes that you don’t mind getting a little dirty.