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Day Tour: Addo Elephant Park Game Drive

Enjoy close encounters with Africa's Big Five on a guided safari tour through Addo Elephant Park.

Addo Elephant Park is the third largest national park in South Africa, offering expansive grounds, lush vegetation and unsurpassed views of the continent’s most iconic wildlife. On this guided game drive, you’ll get acquainted with the incredible flora and fauna of the National Park and learn more about the area’s biodiversity. 

You’ll travel in a closed vehicle, trekking though gravel and sand paths as well as tarred roads in search of the best viewing sites. In addition to the large herd of elephants from which the park takes its name, you can also spot big cats, zebra, warthogs, a variety of antelope and diverse bird life.  


The journey is guided by a local expert whose passion for animals translates to fascinating facts and captivating stories. You’ll also enjoy a light picnic lunch and cold refreshments along the way as well as a drop-off to your accommodation.

 

 

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Full Day in Addo Elephant Park

Port Elizabeth to Addo Elephant Park

After getting picked up from your accommodation in Port Elizabeth, board an air-conditioned vehicle and enjoy a 35-minute scenic drive through the South African countryside to reach Addo Elephant National Park.

Upon arrival at the park, begin your game drive. Spot animals such as the Big 5, zebras, warthogs and antelopes. Your local guide will stop the vehicle when animals are spotted. During the drive, stop to stretch your legs at a lookout point where you can enjoy spectacular views of the park.

After working up an appetite, head to the north of Addo to enjoy picnic lunch, then continue your safari, learning more about the animals and area from your guide. Head back to your accommodation in the late afternoon.

Know before you go:

This tour takes place in a closed air conditioned vehicle