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Elephant Back Safaris from Zambia's first 'Elephant Camp', uses positive reinforcement training techniques and offers a once in a lifetime experience with these gentle giants. The elephants provide an unparalleled perspective of the Zambezi River and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Livingstone. Connect with the magnificent elephants as they carry you through grasslands and forests in the area. You're also be able to view the surrounding wildlife in a much more natural way than from a vehicle.
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Safari Par Excellence 's Zambezi Elephant Trails offers a unique and exciting way to explore the wilderness around Victoria Falls. Located near Thorntree Lodge, approximately 10 km from Livingstone, Zambezi Elephant Trails has established Zambia's first 'Elephant Camp'.

Together with this ecologically friendly method of game viewing, a strong emphasis is placed on an elephant experience rather than just an elephant ride and guests are encouraged to interact with these majestic and intelligent African mammals, with morning and afternoon elephant-back safaris available.

The training techniques used by Zambezi Elephant Trails are based on the positive reinforcement method as opposed to the controversial 'discipline and submission' technique commonly associated with Asian Elephants.

Get up close and personal with the six adult African elephants, Madinda, Bop, Marula, Liwa, Danny, and Mashumbi each offer two guests an unparalleled viewpoint of the mighty Zambezi River and surrounding bush area of Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Chavaruka born to Mashumbi in 2004 will carry just one guest. Safari Par Excellence also proud to have an addition of 2 calves, Nandi, born to Liwa and Bop on the 13th April 2007 and Sekuti, a young orphan the herd brought home from the bush at the end of January 2010. Both calves accompany on the walk with clients, frolicking along with the herd.

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