The turbulent yet proud history of the Zulu is testament to a people who embrace change in a dynamics world where tradition and customs incorporate innovation and transformation. Share in the harmony of a community driven to preserve their home with passion and pride because the most notable difference between the Elephant Coast and other destinations is the nature of the people who live in it! 
The indigenous Zulu and Tonga communities living in the Elephant Coast provide a unique opportunity for interaction and an authentic cultural encounter. These experiences provide visitors with valuable understanding of the socio- economic realities, challenges and current traditional practices. Share in local insights into birding or the history of Ghost Mountain, Dingane's Grave and the Border Caves. Enjoy canoe trips, horse riding and a wonderful carvings and beadwork.
 
Hospitality is an import feature of this exciting destination. Accommodation options suit all pockets - ranging from luxury game lodges to hotels, guest farms, B&BS, Zulu home stays, self-catering units and camping. Choose any one of these as an ideal base from which to explore the many corners of our diverse landscape.