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Addo Elephant National Park

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Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa
+27 42 233 8600
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Private Addo Elephant National Park Day Tour from Port Elizabeth
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“main camp” (110 reviews)
“self drive” (118 reviews)
“watering hole” (65 reviews)
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Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa
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Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

It is so amazing to see the animals in their natural surroundings. This is one of the smaller reserves (in comparison to Kreuger etc) but it's still a huge place. it took us 2 days to drive most of it but we saw so much....More

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Reviewed 12 October 2016

If you want to see elephants this is the place to go! The sightings were unbelievable, big family groups including babies and beautiful lone bulls as well! We also had some other fantastic sightings including buffalo, meerkats, two bat-eared fox and cheetahs! We went on...More

Thank Lynsey A
Reviewed 10 October 2016

For some unknown reason, I had never visited Addo, despite the enthusiastic comments from all and sundry. We drove up with another couple and our party occupied 4 of the 5 tented sites. These were clean and had a nice deck on which to sit....More

Thank georgestof
Reviewed 9 October 2016

We have been in this nice game park early September and all the three of us really enjoyed it. Not as natural as the Pilanesberg and Hluhluwe, but a nice park to start your park journey. Have been easy to see elephants (especially at or...More

Thank Dietmar_Bohn
Reviewed 7 October 2016

When you try to purchase day tickets at the main gate from Addo take a pen and a lot of patience. When we went on October 6 you could not purchase the entry at the gate but had to go to the main entrance where...More

Thank Ed R
Reviewed 6 October 2016

If you are looking for elephants: this is your ticket. Addo is now the third largest national park in South Africa. And its 700 square miles includes eco-systems ranging from the mountains to the ocean. But most visitors come to see the herds of elephants...More

Thank DoctorM
Reviewed 6 October 2016

Amazing, absolutely amazing. Started at the south gate near Colchester and meandered through the park to the Main gate. Huge amount of wildlife with the culmination being a herd of elephants sauntering across the road directly in front of car. Brilliant

Thank decdeasy
Reviewed 6 October 2016

We loved visiting Addo. So many animals and they made us smile for days afterwards. We were lucky that the weather was hot and dry so that the elephants had to come out of the forest to the waterholes. One morning there were just 3...More

Thank NottinghamPauline
Reviewed 4 October 2016

Stayed in the Addo main camp in a 2 bed chalet for 2 nights. chalet was clean, refurbed and had a great view of the waterhole. Staying in the park, has the advantage of getting into the game area earlier than those staying outside the...More

Thank rrustler
Reviewed 3 October 2016

Seeing so many elephants together on an en route trip to the Eastern Cape was very eye opening. One cannot think that an elephant safari is so accessable right on your doorstep. The park is in excellent condition and serve as a care-free feeding, mating...More

Thank Gail B
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raghd18
12 June 2017|
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Response from geedeebee | Reviewed this property |
The knysna Elephant park is really for kids where you can get up close to the elephants and feed them, Addo is huge and has a far greater range of animals but they are wild so you can't get near them like you can at Knysna.
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Hannah R
4 June 2017|
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Response from geedeebee | Reviewed this property |
Yes they will love it, when they see their first elephant or giraffe they will be hooked
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Hannah R
26 May 2017|
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Response from yusuf r | Reviewed this property |
4 is fine. I went with my 2 year old. You are in your car most of the time, unless you are at a picnic spot. They do not allow kids under 12 on the game drives.
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