Previously graded by the Tourism Council
as a Three Star Establishment

We can arrange for you to enjoy some of the most exciting safaris

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Debegeni Falls - offering walking trails and picnic spots in amazing surroundings. situated in Magoebaskloof.


Foskor Museum - experience the mining history of Phalaborwa and ancestral living in the area. Situated in the first house built in Phalaborwa.


Microlight flights - game viewing as never before!
Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre - Rehabilitation Centre for poisoned or injured wildlife and birdlife species. Guided & educational tours on a daily basis.


Sapekoe Tea Plantations


The Big Hole - tours through the largest open cast copper mine in South Africa, available on request.
Worlds largest Baobab Tree - in Leydsdorp.

Elephant Walk is a vey popular backpackers and B&B by guests from all over the world, only 2 minutes away from the Kruger National Park Gate in Phalaborwa.

We have en-suite rooms with aircons, TV’s. Bar fridges and tea/coffee facilities. We have twin rooms and a 10-bed dorm. Camping spots, hot showers and a fully equipped communal kitchen, BBQ area and a crispy pool.

We arrange safaris into the Kruger Park on open vehicles or on foot escorted by a qualified rifled ranger. A river safari will offer you the opportunity to take close-up photo’s of elephant, buffalo, hippos, and crocodile and a abundant bird life.

For the guests travelling to Mozambique, take a short cut through the Giriyondo Border Post, after a good night’s sleep at Elephant Walk between crispy white sheets and absolute silence!

For the guests from Mozambique, doing their monthly business in Phalaborwa, let Elephant Walk be your base to reach the banks, shops and restaurants that are 1,5km away.

Within 100km radius is Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, Cheetah (and wild dog ) Project and Pekoe View tea estates where a slice of chococlate cake with hot chocolate sause and ice cream is a must!




African Valley Horse Trails - an exciting 3 hour bush experience. Horse trail through the Balule Game Reserve and down the Olifants River.


Amarula Lapa - the official home to South Africa’s best loved liqueur, Amarula Cream. The Lapa is a promotional tasting facility that offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy an ice cold glass of Amarula Cream whilst learning more about the history and uses of the legendary Marula tree as well as the versatility of the product at hand.


Cheetah Breeding Project - Research on endangered species and provides an opportunity to view animals which have found a home here.

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