KwaZulu-Natal - Elephant Coast
The Elephant Coast Travel Directory
The wildlife, such as elephant and rhino, and the Wetland Park, iSimangaliso as well as the whales and turtles make the Elephant Coast - an 'Ecotourism Mecca' of the Zulu Kingdom of South Africa's province of KwaZulu-Natal.
Jozini is the access point for the Northern Elephant Coast area or Northern Maputaland. With its well-known and impressive Pongolapoort Dam, this is better known as the Jozini Dam and supports a massive population of fish, crocodiles and hippos.
Then there is Kosi Bay’s unique eco-system and vast wildlife, which is rapidly becoming the favourite place of modern-day Elephant Coast explorers.
With Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve and Mkuze Game Reserve, which is now part of the Isimangaliso Wetland Park, there are plenty of opportunities to see wildlife.
Let’s not forget, Sodwana Bay, which provides an access point of unspoilt reefs for beach revellers and anglers to indulge in the spectacular coastline and warm Indian Ocean (above and below the surface).
Activities to do on The Elephant Coast
There is lots to do on the Elephant Coast such as, Deep Sea Fishing, Diving and Snorkeling, Whale and Dolphin Watching, Kayaking, Bird watching and Hiking Trails. Please see our activity directory for more information.
Accommodation on The Elephant Coast
There is a wide variety of visitor accommodation options that are available from guest houses to self-catering cottages, bed and breakfasts and much more. Please view our accommodation directory for more information on the accommodation in the area.
For information on the businesses you can find on the Elephant Coast region of KwaZulu-Natal, please view our business directory.
The Elephant Coast region offers a variety of restaurants to suit every taste.