Ear you are! Kayakers greeted by bathing elephants when kayaking!

 

***MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY JOSH PERRETT OF EKORIAN.COM/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A kayaker gets a close up view of an elephant at Ekorians Mugie Camp in Kenya. The camp was founded by Donna and Josh Perrett in 2012.) - Tourists had a welcome surprise when they were greeted by ELEPHANTS while kayaking. The holidaymakers were promised a magical experience at a private eco camp in Northern Laikipia, Kenya - and the company certainly delivered! The kayakers were able to get up close and personal with the giant mammals as they played in the water. At one point, three elephants crowded round a very excited couple, while a baby elephant clung onto its back. SEE CATERS COPY.

Tourists had a welcome surprise when they were greeted by ELEPHANTS while kayaking.

The holidaymakers were promised a ‘magical’ experience at a private eco camp in Northern Laikipia, Kenya – and the company certainly delivered!

***MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY JOSH PERRETT OF EKORIAN.COM/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Kayakers pass by some elephants at Ekorians Mugie Camp in Kenya. The camp was founded by Donna and Josh Perrett in 2012.) - Tourists had a welcome surprise when they were greeted by ELEPHANTS while kayaking. The holidaymakers were promised a magical experience at a private eco camp in Northern Laikipia, Kenya - and the company certainly delivered! The kayakers were able to get up close and personal with the giant mammals as they played in the water. At one point, three elephants crowded round a very excited couple, while a baby elephant clung onto its back. SEE CATERS COPY.

Tourists had a welcome surprise when they were greeted by ELEPHANTS while kayaking. The holidaymakers were promised a magical experience at a private eco camp in Northern Laikipia, Kenya – and the company certainly delivered! 

The kayakers were able to get up close and personal with the giant mammals as they played in the water.

At one point, three elephants crowded round a very excited couple, while a baby elephant clung onto its back.

***MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY JOSH PERRETT OF EKORIAN.COM/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: People kayak near a herd of elephants at Ekorians Mugie Camp in Kenya. The camp was founded by Donna and Josh Perrett in 2012.) - Tourists had a welcome surprise when they were greeted by ELEPHANTS while kayaking. The holidaymakers were promised a magical experience at a private eco camp in Northern Laikipia, Kenya - and the company certainly delivered! The kayakers were able to get up close and personal with the giant mammals as they played in the water. At one point, three elephants crowded round a very excited couple, while a baby elephant clung onto its back. SEE CATERS COPY.

The kayakers were able to get up close and personal with the giant mammals as they played in the water. At one point, three elephants crowded round a very excited couple, while a baby elephant clung onto its back. 

A spokesperson for Ekorian’s Mugie Camp said: “Approaching the herds by kayak and staying upwind, we are able to get up-close and personal, paddling very near to the elephants as they swim and play in the water.

“The elephants belong to several different herds on Mugie – we have bull elephants, mothers and their calves, who all come to swim.

***MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY JOSH PERRETT OF EKORIAN.COM/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A stunning image of an elephant swimming in the river at Ekorians Mugie Camp in Kenya. The camp was founded by Donna and Josh Perrett in 2012.) - Tourists had a welcome surprise when they were greeted by ELEPHANTS while kayaking. The holidaymakers were promised a magical experience at a private eco camp in Northern Laikipia, Kenya - and the company certainly delivered! The kayakers were able to get up close and personal with the giant mammals as they played in the water. At one point, three elephants crowded round a very excited couple, while a baby elephant clung onto its back. SEE CATERS COPY.

 A stunning image of an elephant swimming in the river at Ekorians Mugie Camp in Kenya. The camp was founded by Donna and Josh Perrett in 2012.

“It’s magical to watch any of them, but especially the calves as they play and splash, wrapping their trunk around their mother’s tail for balance.”