The well-known Letaba Elephant Hall at Letaba Rest Camp in the Kruger National Park (KNP), which was closed for renovation since mid-January 2017, has been reopened for tourists on 20 March 2017. The renovation works at the environmental education centre included the installation of newly designed display panels and a new lighting system as well as new flooring, new cabinets and landscaping. The desk which service staff members operate from when guests enter the facility has also received a face lift.
The Letaba Elephant Hall
boast an impressive information display on elephants and holds the
ivory of the most famed Magnificent 7 and several other large tuskers
roamed the Kruger National Park. Also part of this display is a full skeleton of an African elephant as well as other unique tusk and skeleton displays.