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Addo Elephant Park Full Day Tour

Nelson Mandela Bay

BRIEF TOUR DESCRIPTION AND INFORMATION

We leave in the morning for a scenic drive to one of the most popular game reserve in the Eastern Cape, the Addo Elephant Park. Addo has the largest concentrated population of elephant in the world in one place and features the Big 7.

We enter the Elephant Park for a light lunch (not included) and then we will search for the Rhino, Elephant, Lion and many other animals. For a good combination add the Schotia Tour after Addo.

Enjoy a fascinating day tour to the beautiful Addo Elephant Park, home to the densest elephant population in the world. Also don’t forget it’s very overpopulated with Kudu, so you won’t miss any of them.This wildlife park is only an hour’s drive from Port Elizabeth, a small prize to pay for a very entertaining tour.

Here is a short history of this amazing park: the original Elephant section of the park was declared publicly in 1931, when only 11 elephants remained in the area. Today, this gorgeous land is home to over 420 elephants, 450 Cape buffalo, black rhino, a variety of antelope species, and also the very unique flightless dung beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo. As part of the park’s ongoing conservation plans, lions and hyena’s have also been introduced recently into the park. That might stir things up just a little, don’t you think? Just an extra something for you to enjoy.

As soon as you are in the reserve, you can enjoy an approximately 3 hour game drive deep into the heart of this magnificent reserve. You can be sure to spot lots of wildlife, like the elephant, black rhino, bushbuck, buffalo, jackal, kudu and other antelope species. Also, enjoy a nice casual lunch.

This tour can be seen as exciting, breathtaking, spontaneous and even educational. It’s worth it to go on this marvelous wildlife tour.

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All prices quoted are for a minimum group size of 10 people.

For individual rates, please contact us.

Itinerary reference: AAT009781

Price: R2385 p/p

Rates include: Registered guide, transport in an air-conditioned vehicle, entrance fees and lunch

Rates exclude: Drinks/beverages, gratuities and any items of personal expense

Duration: 9 hours