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The Addo Elephant National Park is in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa and is one of the country's larger parks.

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About Addo

History

In the parks early years, during times of drought (and before the waterholes were artificially kept full) the park keepers fed the elephants on oranges from the local orange groves. Gradually the elephants became addicted to the taste of the fruit! This practise stopped along time ago, but the older elephants still remember the smell and have been known to reach into vehicles and get their favourite fruit!

Climate

Due to its terrain, Addo stays at a comfy 27 - 30 C throughout the Winter.

Activities

As diverse as oranges and elephants, so is the Greater Addo Route. One moment you will be paddling a canoe down the beautiful Sundays River and next you are on the back of a 4x4 experiencing the lion kill. Here you can experience the Addo area's diverse range of ecoactivities, bringing you close to nature and wildlife.

River

  • Canoeing on the Sundays River, ☎ +27 (0)41 468-0238 or +27 (0)82 897-2859. The Sundays River is an excellent location for canoeing with organised canoe trail.
  • Sundays River Cruises, ☎ +27 (0) 41 468-0140. The Sundays River Ferry Company offers double decker river cruises on the calm Sundays River.
  • Chriscross Adventures, ☎ +27 (0)72 125-9152. Chriscross Adventures offer river safaris on the Sundays River, allowing you to see the unique riverside wildlife and extraordinary bird life in the area.

Wildlife

  • Bird Watching. The SASOL Red Bishop Bird Hide in Addo Elephant National Park offers watchers a view of red bishops, weavers, herons, coots and terrapins. The main game area boasts a list of 170 bird species, while the expanded park may contain as many as 450 species in a diversity of habitats.
  • Wild Life & the Big 7. The Addo Elephant National Park Area inhabits some of the densest African elephant populations on earth and is also one of the only places in the world where one can view the Big 7. You can see lions, tigers, crocodiles and other animals at the Addo Lion and Croc Ranch. For a more close-up experience with the wild, you can book a game drive or elephant back safari at the various game farms and lodges in the area.
  • Addo Elephant National Park (72 km from Port Elizabeth), ☎ +27 (0)42 233-8600. Sunrise drive 6AM (summer) or 7AM (winter), day drives 9AM, noon and 3PM, sunset drives 4PM (winter) or 6PM (summer), night drives 6PM (winter) or 8PM (summer). The only park in the world to be home to the Big 7, namely elephants, cape buffalo, leopard, black rhino, lions and the great white shark and seasonal southern right whale. The park is sanctuary to a multitude of wildlife species and offers a range of exciting eco-activities such as horse trails, 4x4 trail, hiking trails, game viewing, guided game drives and viewing. Game drives are conducted by knowledgeable, qualified guides on open-top landrovers or trucks to ensure a memorable. Bookings are essential.
  • Addo Elephant Back Safaris, ☎ +27 (0)42 233-0397. Walk with or ride on the elephants through the diverse habitat for a journey to remember.
  • Eyethu Hop-on, ☎ +27 (0)42 233-8621, e-mail: addogamedrives@sanparks.org addoenquiries@sanparks.org addogamedrives@sanparks.org. These are local community members who have been trained as guides by the Addo Elephant National Park and now run their own small business within the park. Guides can be hired at affordable rates to get into your vehicle and guide you through the wildlife game area in the Addo Elephant National Park.
  • Addo Crocodile and Lion Ranch, ☎ +27 (0)42 233-0369, e-mail: addocroc@lantic.co.za. Enjoy guided tours, restaurant and the chance to handle lion cubs.
  • Addo Valley Raptor & Reptile Center, ☎ +27 (0)41 961-0168. The Centre serves as an Animal Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre for sick and injured birds of prey and reptiles, both wild and captive bred, but also offer visitors the opportunity to experience a safe close encounter with these majestic and misunderstood creatures.
  • Addo Dung Beetle Breeding Station, ☎ +27 (0)83 399-4129 or +27 (0)83 974-5802. A guided visit to the Addo Dung Beetle Breeding Station will teach you more about this unique beetle and we will gladly share in their efforts to conserve one of the “little African rarities” of our country.

Trails

  • Addo Horse Trails, ☎ +27 (0) 42 233-8621. Addo horse trails depart from main camp to the Nyati area which is home to elephants, buffalo, black rhino, zebra and antelope. All horse trails are conducted by experienced guides on sure-footed, well-trained horses. No children younger than 16 years may ride on the Addo Trail.
  • Zuurberg Horse Trails, ☎ +27 (0)42 233 8621. Zuurberg horse trails are suitable for riders of all competencies and wind through fynbos and forest. One, three, and five hour trails are available, but no children younger than 10 years may ride on the Zuurberg horse trails.
  • Zuurberg Hiking Trails, ☎ Addo Elephant National Park, Tel: +27 (0)42 233-8600. You can choose from the one-hour Cycad Trail or the four to five hour (12.5km) Doringnek Trail in the Zuurberg Mountains. Both these circular trails depart from the park offices at the top of the Zuurberg Pass. This 10km trail (per day) departs from the national offices with an overnight stay in the Narina Bush Camp.
  • PPC Discovery Trail, ☎ +27 (0)42 233-8600. The trail consists of a walk through the valley thicket into a loop that is suitable for visually-impaired and wheelchair-bound visitors. A picnic and braai area is situated near the waterhole in the main

camp. The waterhole is floodlit at night.

  • Bedrogfontein, ☎ +27 (0)42 233-8600, e-mail: addogamedrices@sanparks.org. Take a drive through the grade two to three 4 x 4 trail between Kabouga and Darlington and immerse yourself in breathtaking views and early 20th century history. This route was the scene of fierce battles between the British and Afrikaner troops during the Anglo-Boer war.
  • Quadbikes, ☎ Sundays River Adventures, Tel: +27 (0)41 468-0998. Take an adventurous trip through the Sundays river area on trails suitable for novice and experienced drivers.

Other

  • Golf, ☎ Kirkwood Golf Club, Tel: +27 (0)42 230-0452. Enjoy a relaxing round of golf at the Kirkwood Golf Club.
  • Classical Music Concerts, ☎ +27 (0)42 234-0333. Sunday afternoon Soirees are presented at Hopefield Country House. Unique opportunities to hear the best of local and national musicians perform in a magical country setting.
  • Green Adventures, ☎ +27 (0)41 581-2727, e-mail: info@greenadventures.co.za. Quad biking, clay pigeon shooting and more.

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