Elephant Coast

Cape Vidal in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park of South Africa

Elephant Coast

Welcome to the African tropics! The elephant Coast of South Africa stretches from the iMfolozi River in the south to the Mosambique border in the north. Located along the warm Indian Ocean, the Elephant Coast is the perfect honeymoon destination for beach-loving couples! With major rivers, broad flood plains, beautiful coastal lagoons, and deep clear coastal lakes, the Elephant Coast is home to hippo, crocodiles, small game, and countless number of bird species.

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Highlights
This incredible area is a perfect destination for all ages and offers a little something for everyone. From excellent accommodation to exciting outdoor adventures, a honeymoon to the Elephant Coast will be enjoyed by everyone.
Activities
  • Beaches and water activities are the name of the game in the Elephant Coast. Beautiful beaches, deep sea fishing, diving, and whale watching are definite possibilities in this exquisite location.
  • In addition to the beach and water excursions, there are dozens of game reserves, mountain trails, cultural activities and a number of historical sites. The Elephant Coast is one of the few destinations where you can see the Big Five in a game reserve, and within a short drive, be able to bask in the sunshine of the beautiful South African beaches.
Climate and Weather
The climate in the Elephant Coast is subtropical. In summer, temperatures often rise above 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Precipitation can be expected mainly from October to April and particularly in the South African summer months of December, January and February. The winters in Durban are warm, with an average of 68 degrees Fahrenheit. During the winter, the probability of rain is low. And, no matter what the time of year, swimming is beautiful in the Indian Ocean.

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