Tembe Elephant Park Cam – Explore.org LIVECAM

by Andrea Greengard

Check out the cam in Tembe Elephant Park. Situated in an area that was once the ancient ‘Ivory Route’, linking Mozambique and Zululand, Tembe Elephant Park is renowned for having the largest elephants in Africa – and the planet!

The park’s location is very remote, lying deep in the sand forests and wetlands in northern Tongaland. It borders between KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique. The park consists mainly of closed woodland, but offers a great diversity of vegetation, lying within a transition area between tropical and sub-tropical climates. The camera is situated on the hide at one of the waterholes in the area.  

What animals will I see?

Besides viewing the gentle giants known as elephants, you can also spot the rest of the “Big Five” : lions, leopards, black and white rhinos and buffalo. There are also tiny Suni antelope, and a spectacular variety of animals including over 340 bird species.

Best Times to Watch

The Tembe Elepant Park cam is live 24 hours a day.

Tembe Elephant Park

The Tembe Elephant Park is a 300km reserve, located in the Republic of South Africa between Kwa-Zulu Natal and Mozambique, is the ancestral home of the Tembe tribe who own and co-manage both the Park and the Tembe Elephant Lodge. Want to learn more? Check out their website.

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