Live webcam locates at a watering hole in Tembe Elephant Park in northeastern South Africa. With this webcam, you can watch the largest elephants in the world in real-time. The park was founded in 1983 to protect the elephants that migrated between Maputaland and southern Mozambique. During the Mozambican civil war, these elephants were traumatized by poaching, so the park was not opened to the public until 1991. Currently, the park is home to 250 elephants, which are the largest in the world. Another 200 elephants, formerly part of the same group, live in the Maputo Elephant Sanctuary in Mozambique. The Lubombo Transboundary Nature Reserve is planned to connect the two nature reserves and the Lubombo Nature Reserve in Swaziland into a single transboundary nature reserve. The live webcam in the Tembe Elephant Park is remotely controlled by an operator and directed at various animals and birds that come to the watering hole. The webcam allows you to watch African elephants in real-time.