Elephant Lodge is the perfect three, four or seven night getaway, with free entry to both Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Parks and regular on site evening entertainment.
Stunning views, offering the chance to spot African elephants and cheetah, provide the backdrop to your luxury tented accomodation. All tents have private bathroom facilities and are equipped with a log burning stove in the living area.
The tents surround the central Laapa Restaurant where all meals can be enjoyed - with a separate seating area for those wanting to unwind after a busy day exploring the wild animal safari parks.
|2013 - Opening (01/05/2013 - 31/10/2013)|
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