There’ll also be plenty of time to relax and experience African wildlife on safari. You’ll have the chance to encounter elephants, rhinos, lions and many other species. In addition to Wild Tomorrow Fund's two wildlife conservancies, you will visit:

Hluluwe-iMfolozi Wildlife Reserve. Home to the second largest population of rhinos in the world. You will be in a private game viewer vehicle driven by a local guide. This game drive will provide lots of opportunities to see and photograph breeding herds of elephants, rhino and other Big 5 animals. 

St Lucia Hippo-Croc water safari. Hop on a boat for a trip up one of the largest estuarine systems in Africa, and South Africa's first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. Home to 800 hippos, approximately 1000 Nile crocodiles and over 500 bird species.

Horseback safari experience. Riding a horse alongside wildlife is a completely different experience from being on foot or vehicle. It's hard to ride and photograph, so simply climb into your saddle and enjoy the opportunity to get up close to zebra and wildebeest. It’s perfect for all levels of riders, and don't worry, there are no lions in this section of the park.

Elephant Safari. An elephant-focused safari drive at Tembe Elephant Park, home to some of the largest tusked elephants remaining in Africa. It will include a visit to a waterhole hide where you’ll sit quietly and watch these giants coming and going. Tembe is an incredible wildlife reserve.

Elephant Interaction. Meet Rambo and Rachel, two survivors of an elephant culling program in Kruger National Park in the 1980s. They now are semi-wild and have grown up into gentle African elephants. While Wild Tomorrow Fund does not support the domestication of wild animals or wild animal interaction, we have thoroughly vetted this experience. The Elephant Interaction is sure to be a favourite memory of your trip. 

Ukuwela Night Drive and Camp-out Experience. Spend a night at Wild Tomorrow Fund's Ukuwela Conservancy, camping and sharing stories around the campfire. Look up to the star-lit sky and fall asleep to the sounds of the African night.  


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