Walking with these giants without any barriers or cages was amazing. great value for money. Be sure to buy a bucket of food for them, they love it and come straight to you.
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About Knysna Elephant Park
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This was my favourite thing we did on our garden route trip. To be able to get so close to elephants and feed them was amazing and we loved it. We learned such a lot about elephants too. It would not be cheap for a...More
It was sheer joy to not only feed these fabulous animals but to be able to get right up close, hold their ears and stroke them! The feeding bucket was all rather touristy BUT the Elephants love it and seemed more than content to be...More
If you love and wish to support elephants then you will love this place, dedicated to saving and rehabilitating these injured and/or orphaned creatures.
They treated all the visitors well and were very knowledgeable about each elephant and you could tell the elephants were cared for and had wonderful surroundings. Definitely a must place to visit if you are in or around Knysner
Thank you for visiting us at our beautiful Park. We look forward to your next visit!
We had a wonderful family visit with family from overseas. We chose to have a family photo shoot and there is an on-site photographer who did a great job. The memory stick was ready for us to take home before we finished our drinks afterwards....More
Hi Amanda, We are pleased you enjoyed your experience at our Park with you family from overseas! Our Park does offer a very unique experience in terms of interacting with the elephants and the option of enjoying our beautiful lodge. Enjoy your photographs - trust...More
We loved learning about how the park came to be and the journey some of the elephants have made. The Rangers, especially Berry, were very knowledgable and patiently answered our questions. I loved getting close to and feeding such magnificent animals. Not to be missed.
Great fun. You can spend plenty of time with the elephants, learn about them and feed them. This attraction helps with research and facilitates volunteering.