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[caption id="attachment_471" align="aligncenter" width="627"] Camp Jabulani's herd take on the grooms in a friendly[/caption] The elephants love playing soccer, and we often arrange friendly games between the herd and the grooms. But while the adults understand that it's a kicking game, the babies are still convinced...

[caption id="attachment_18507" align="alignnone" width="627"] Camp Jabulani's Alfresco Therapy Lapa[/caption]   Camp Jabulani's Therapy Lapa lies tucked within the dense foliage of the reserve. "Absolutely Natural and Absolutely Pure" finds no better expression than in an environment as exquisite as this. Whether your product of choice is a...

[caption id="attachment_410" align="aligncenter" width="627"] Photograph taken by a recent guest at Camp Jabulani[/caption] We were all set to head out on morning drive, when it started pouring with rain. Wet weather tends to restrict the game viewing somewhat, as the animals are inclined to seek shelter...

We have five Limited Edition Elephant calendars up for auction.  Offers are pouring in for this collection of coveted pictures, which will make brilliant birthday or Christmas gifts when framed. To date our highest bid is $100. So if you'd like to get in on the...

[caption id="attachment_388" align="aligncenter" width="627"] Joe (far left) visiting the herd[/caption] “Ndlovu at Kubu Dam close to Adine's house.” Ndlovu is the Shangaan word for elephant. For some reason rangers have an aversion to calling the animals by their english names. ;-) I was on my way home from...

[caption id="attachment_382" align="aligncenter" width="627"] Pisa and Mambo[/caption] Little Pisa – the baby of the herd – has never been that keen on human contact. Elephants are very much like humans in this regard. They have very distinct personality traits that manifest from an early age. Right...

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