The heartbeat of the Greater Addo Area.
The Addo Elephant National Park, with its core situated in the Sundays River Valley and stretching from the karoo region north of the Zuurberg Mountain Range to the coast and islands of Algoa Bay of South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province, is the heartbeat of the GREATER ADDO AREA.
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This malaria free alternative for the Kruger National Park offers the "Big 5" ( Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard ) and due to the enormous expansions the Addo Elephant National Park now includes a marine section with seasonal whales and sharks. ( "Big 7")
On this website we shall give you an impression of the wide variety of possibilities in The Greater Addo Area. On our pages you'll find complete information of all types of accommodation and things to do, with prices, facilities and direct contact details.
Meet the Big 7 in our malaria-free South African wildlife destination in the adventure province of the Eastern Cape.
The Addo Elephant National Park, home to more than 500 elephants, is the heartbeat of the Greater Addo area – an area of natural and cultural diversity with a conservation zone stretching from Karoo mountains down to the coast and islands of Algoa Bay.
The national park and private game reserves offer guided bush and marine safari experiences and encounters with the Big 7 – elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo, leopard, great white shark and Southern Right whale.
Embraced by our warm-hearted hospitality, explore accommodation options from back-to-basics camping and backpackers through to farmstays, country houses and seven-star luxury; enjoy traditional foods, fine dining cuisine and campfire cooking; discover fascinating ancient geology, San rock art, colonial history and African culture; and get active with adrenalin-pumping sports and activities, experience star-gazing and traditional story-telling, or relax and indulge in a spa treatment.