Guided Elephant rides in the Lowveld Kruger area People getting sprayed by an African Elephant Elephant interaction and caring for the Lowveld Kruger elephants Elephants basking in the cool water Children interacting with the Lowveld elephant Elephant handlers showcasing the Lowveld elephants Elephant back safari through the Kruger Lowveld area Elephant trainers taking their elephants for a drink in the stream Ride your own elephant with a guided group through the Lowveld


For many people, the African Elephant is a mythical symbol of power and wisdom. Yet for many subsistence and commercial farmers in Southern Africa, elephants are seen as dangerous crop raiders, who regularly destroy their entire livelihood in just a few hours.

A hundred years ago, elephants roamed across most of the African continent, however with the human population explosion, and the increase in land used for agriculture, elephants have been deprived of large portions of their natural habitat. This has led to human-elephant conflict in competition for living space and for food. People in these areas consider elephants to be the enemy, not to be protected, but rather to be destroyed. The youth of today will be the leaders of tomorrow, who will influence and shape policy affecting wildlife, which will ultimately lead to the African Elephant’s survival or to their demise.

lowveld group learning about our African elephants child feeding one of the Kruger lowveld elephants Lady and handler interacting with the kruger elephants

Elephant Whispers is committed to educating the youth on the plight of these gentle giants, and to introduce ways in which humans and elephant can live in peaceful co-existence. We have hosted many school groups at Elephant Whispers, and have been encouraged to see fear turning to respect, and lack of knowledge into intelligent, thought-provoking suggestions.

The Elephant Whispers elephants are fulfilling an essential function as wildlife ambassadors for their own kind. We believe they will make a positive contribution towards empowering our country’s future teachers, future parents and the leaders of tomorrow to ensure the long term sustainable future of elephant in Africa.

group education with Kruger Lowveld elephants group with kruger Lowveld elephant being educated


Sandford Community Upliftment

Riebs Khoza Pre-School
Classroom Renovations

Rindzani High School Assistance

Entokozweni Créche Donations

Disadvantaged School Visits
to Elephant Whispers

Hosanna Community Projects

Rotary Club Camp Quality Participation

Blind Friendly Elephant Education

Should you wish to assist Elephant Whipsers
in their Community Upliftment projects
please contact us for further information
and donation details.



An amazing experience –
came here ignorant, left educated!