The Elephant Sanctuary
Leave your fear behind, walk up to one of the giants of the African continent, reach out to gently stroke the wrinkled grey skin or hop on the back of one of the elephants and go for a ride.
During guided tours you will learn about the African elephant and that it really does have a long-term memory and yes, it can spend up to 20 hours per day grazing and drinking.
The gentle African elephants at the sanctuary are lovingly cared for and it is hoped that they may one day be released into an environment which will gives them more independence.
The sanctuary, at the Crags near Plettenberg Bay, along the Garden Route, limits the number of guests, so visitors enjoy the maximum possible to get to know the elephants.
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Freshly cut flowers – including fynbos species such as king and pincushion proteas, depending on the season – are available from the friendly flower sellers in Adderley Street, where this trade has operated for the past 100 years. These flowers are generally a lot cheaper than anywhere else.
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