At Ecolux we aim to give you unforgettable accommodation as well as an opportunity to experience the wild side of Africa by offering adventure safari activities. All the activities provided by Ecolux are done under the auspices of professional operators. Your safety and well-being is of the utmost importance to us here at Ecolux.
Early Morning Drive in open vehicle
Sunset Drive in open vehicle
Night Drive in open vehicle
Early Morning Walks
The elephants, Tswale and Modjadji are based in the 70 ha non-Big 5 area of the reserve about 10 minutes’ drive from Kwa Madwala’s entrance gate & also about a 10 minutes’ drive from Manyatta Rock Camp. Our guests start all elephant experiences with a brief introduction to Tswali and Modjadji and a safety talk. The elephant experiences end with guests being offered the opportunity to feed the elephants with their favourite game pellets.
Elephant Interaction Experiences
No age restriction
Elephant Back Safaris for Guests
Max. 4 adults+2 children(5-12yo)
Morning elephant experiences are from 07:00-10:00 in the summer and winter
Afternoon elephant experiences are from 15:00-18:00 in the summer and 14:30-17:30 in the winter
Winter months: 1st May to 30th September
Equestrian safaris are extremely popular throughout Africa and provide an exciting addition to the many other safari activities Ecolux offers. Both beginner and intermediate horse trails wind through the reserve and indigenous bush passing rocky outcrops, river beds and exceptionally scenic terrain. You are likely to see antelope, giraffe, impala, zebra, waterbuck, wilderbeast and sometimes herds of wild elephant and rhino.
Small groups of only six ride with the professional supervision of the dedicated team of staff whose extensive experience guarantee you a very enjoyable time. Their passion for nature, conservation and the environment, and their involvement in the management of the game reserve make for fascinating discussions and stories while you ride, and provide you with a wealth of information about the hard work required to protect the various species in the reserve.