Join us on our guided adventure to Addo which is home to one of the densest African Elephant populations on earth, and is the only park in the world to lay claim to Africa's 'Big 7' : Elephant, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Southern Right Whale and Great White Shark.
The park extends along the coast from the Sundays River mouth with an offshore marine reserve that includes St Croix Island and Bird Island, both essential breeding grounds for penguins and gannets. St Croix has the largest African penguin colony in the world. Come and experience this diverse wild and sea life conservation park with us.
The trip includes picnic basket with appetisers and beverages. Restaurant lunch available in the park.
Good to know
- Tour normally departs 8am and returns 4pm
- This game drive is taking place in an open safari vehicle
- Game drive in an open safari vehicle
- Safari guide
- Picnic basket with appetisers
- Beverage included in picnic basket
- Restaurant lunch (available in reserve)
- Comfortable clothing
- Comfortable shoes
A really nice weekend away in nature without driving for hours. Very good service and the Farmyard cottage was perfect for the family.
Dawie & Ansie, the two Hosts is the type of people you can relate to, and they make you Feel right at home.
Lovely, nice food at the restaurant. Beautiful nature. Very hot though. Shade trees not big yet. Gem in the middle of nowhere!
We only went to the pub and grub on the way from Plettenberg Bay to Port Elizabeth via detour through Hankey.
Personal service from the proprietor, Dawie, with great prices for all tastes.
They offer a whole range of game stays to suit all pockets, from tent camping upwards.
Worth a visit if you are in the area or just overnight stay if you're touring
Strict Cancellation Policy
The guest can cancel free of charge until 7 days before arrival. The guest will be charged the total price if they cancel in the 7 days before arrival.
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The beauty of Table Mountain, Lions Head and the Atlantic Sea Board coastline from the comfort of our kayaks is unrivalled. Dolphins, seals, penguins, Sunfish and occasionally whales frequent our Cape Town.