Pay a visit to the Elephant Wallow, a large, thatched boma overlooking the Masuie River, which provides a magnificent setting for guests to enjoy an elephant interaction in the Wild Horizons Wildlife Sanctuary. Upon arrival, welcome teas, coffees, croissants, and muffins will be served. After a brief introduction to the individual elephants, guests have an opportunity to interact with these gentle giants on a personal level. A short talk will follow, telling the guests more about the elephants in the Wild Horizons herd. Then join in for an extraordinary and exhilarating elephant-back wilderness safari along the edge of the Zambezi Gorges following ancient game trails. The elephant interaction is followed by a short introduction to the Wild Horizons Wildlife Trust and the opportunity to interact with Sylvester the cheetah. The tour continues with a visit to Mpisi village, where the chief will do a presentation and conduct a tour. From here you are taken to see some of the households, where you will experience the various huts that each family would live in, and be shown the daily chores and work done in a traditional household. You will then move on to the kraal, where their domestic animals would be seen. Fascinating traditional animal husbandry practices will be explained, along with the various uses each of the animals may be put to.