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“It is not easy to define just one distinctive feature when it comes to Camp Jabulani. Although it was originally born solely out of the need to create a self-sustaining home for a herd of orphaned elephants, it has evolved into an African wildlife sanctuary which promises an extraordinary African Experience.”
“Where would we be without this herd of elephants? Two days will stand out in my mind as long as I live. The day that Jabulani arrived as a tiny baby – terrified and on the brink of death. And the day that the rest of the herd arrived and welcomed Jabulani as one of their own. One of my greatest achievements has been having the privilege of helping these beautiful animals!”
“Camp Jabulani and The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) are directly connected. Without the HESC, Camp Jabulani would not exist. And without Camp Jabulani, countless international visitors would not have had the opportunity of exclusively interacting with the cheetah and other endangered species. We help one another!”