Project Description

Addo Elephant National Park

±8.5 hours

Port Elizabeth



Book Now


Visit the third largest national park in South Africa, home to the densest population of elephant in the world. The original elephant section of the park was proclaimed in 1931, when only 16 elephants remained in the area. Today this finely tuned ecosystem is a sanctuary to over 450 elephants, lions, buffalo, black rhino, spotted hyena, leopard, a variety of antelope and zebra species, as well as the unique Addo flightless dung beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo.

The park has expanded to conserve a wide diversity of fauna and flora and includes the semi-arid Karoo area in the north, the Darlington Dam, Zuurberg Mountains, the Sundays River valley and south to the coast between the Sundays River mouth and Bushman’s River mouth.

Enjoy a light lunch in the park (excluded).

Languages English
Departure days Wednesdays; Fridays; Sundays.  July – November only
Departure locations PE central hotels ±09h00
Vehicle Luxury sedan or minibus
Group size 2-7 guests per vehicle
Included Entrance fee: Addo Elephant National Park conservation fee
Excluded Lunch