And...More, Been to this place numerous times over the years and loved. 676 reviews #42 of 59 Restaurants in Bowral $$ - $$$ Cafe Australian Vegetarian Friendly. I will be sure to pass on...More, Nothing can prepare you for this.
Putting quality first in our coffee, bakedgoods, and customer service. Couldn’t believe they just bought a...More, We have to say that not only were the meals very good, the service and assistance of all the staff were excellent. We are delighted to hear that you had such a great time with our team and of course our herd of rescue African Elephants. We appreciate your support during these uncertain times and trust...More, What an opportunity to get up close with such beautiful animals.
Along the way saw elephants frolicking in the shallows, several pods of hippo's, and other...indigenous game.
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UNFORTUNATELY, this was not the case this time. We had a warm welcome when we arrived and then the best part being introduced to the...rescued elephants.
Please note: Min Pax: 2, Min Age: 10 yrs, It is essential to inform us of any allergies or dietary preferences at the time of booking. Overall was outstanding. This has to be the WORST experience I have ever had with any restaurant. Overall it was not worth the money.More, The worst Thai food I have ever had! You will be offered good chai latte, cold coffee or milkshakes. Do yourself a favour and visit one of the many other Thai restaurants in Nowra!More, We had a family dinner here and all were left extremely satisfied.
This love and respect is generously extended by the elephants to all the humans they meet. The jetboat experience to The Elephant Café is approximately 30 minutes per way.
Menus are subject to change with the season. Are the prices at this restaurant mid-range / moderate? You find yourself looking at the bookshelves with probably some books you may have read. There is no child rate. The cafe itself is very cute with quaint books lining all the walls and cute mini director chairs and tables throughout. The elephants are extremely well taken care of; without the hard work of all the staff to keep these beautiful animals healthy...and well taken care of, they wouldn’t not have been given the opportunity to live a long or good life. Elephant Boy Cafe. COCKTAIL MENU AVAILABLE MONDAY - SUNDAY Click Here Subscribe Sign up with your email address to receive news and updates. The origins of Zambezi Elephant Herd are six elephants that were left orphaned after extreme drought led to culling operations in Zimbabwe in the 1960’s and 70’s. Part of the order was missing, the food is below average with the fried rice being the most bland I have ever had, and the food overall was greasy...and fairly tasteless. Then we were treated to a five star meal and wine as good as any top restaurant internationally. Once the elephants arrive, you get to feed and interact with them fully, this is a once in a lifetime experience. This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. The waitress was super friendly and it’s reasonable priced.
I'd definitely recommend this restaurant. Neutral-coloured clothing is preferred for. The personal touch for our wedding anniversary was impromtu really appreciated. Thank you for joining us at The Elephant Cafe' on the banks of the upper Zambezi River, we are all thrilled to hear you had a lifetime experience with us and we look forward to hosting you and you again soon. Being able to touch them was fantastic and watching the herd walk past us, go into the river and swim across to the other side, playing along the way, grabbing branches off a bush to eat as they got out of the water. Discover a new-found respect for elephants and receive a deeper understanding of their plight. Tripadvisor gives a Travelers’ Choice award to accommodations, attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great reviews from travelers and are ranked within the top 10% of properties on Tripadvisor. About Elephant Boy Cafe Elephant Boy Cafe invites locals of Bowral and those passing through along the Old Hume Highway to spend time dining and relaxing in their venue located on Bong Bong Street. I had the laksa (just the perfect amount of spice) hubby the red curry and the kids Hokkien noodles and satay chicken. Clients will be asked to provide an email address in order to receive a Dropbox link to complimentary photographs of their experience should the on-site photographer be available – this is not guaranteed. Elephant Boy Cafe; Search.
My main was the Tofu with stir fried vegetables and chilli basil sauce and it was amazing... heaps of veg...and very fresh. During the height of the political uncertainty in 2002, the herd and many of their familiar handlers were transferred to the.
Please note that all clients will be asked to sign an indemnity form before proceeding on the trip. We are still working on developing our site, and we apologize if there has been any miscommunication. We trust that you and your loved...More, Truly wonderful experience visiting the elephants! We are all thrilled to know you had an incredible time with us at The Elephant Cafe'. 100% recommend The Elephant Cafe. +260 213 320606 - 08 (landline)+260 968 320606 (cell)email@example.com. Way above average service and food, especially for Nowra! They are amazing animals, so majestic! There is no child rate. The staff went out...More, The atmosphere here is amazing - step back/over to Empire India. Don't miss this experience ! This has to be the WORST experience I have ever had with any restaurant. The staff are very helpful so the ordering process was great.
On arrival we were introduced to the elephants and spent time feeding them.