Garden Route Tours, Addo National Elephant Park in South Africa

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Garden Route Tours, Addo Park Safaris

The Garden Route and Eastern Cape provide a large variety of Safari Parks and Private Game Reserves where you can enjoy and experience true wildlife holidays in South Africa. Addo National Park, specifically has become a very popular alternative to Kruger Park due to the fact that it's in a malaria free area and traveling costs are considerably less.

Addo is a short, one hour drive from The city of Port Elizabeth, also regarded as the end of The Garden Route. Garden Route tours starting and ending in Cape Town usually make use of Addo National Park as their turnaround point, where many one-way Garden Route tours starting in Port Elizabeth use Addo as their starting point. This is a excellent add-on to explore the wildlife of South Africa.

Addo National Park is a place of legends. As the third biggest National Park in South Africa, It is a place which, despite the surroundings of development, has remained an area true to the African landscape and Garden Route. Addo Elephant Park contains a wide variety of birds, animals, fauna and flora. The entire balance of the Park's eco system have survived due to the protection intended originally for elephants, but flowing over to all the other forms of life in the region.

The town of Addo, which is found directly next to the park, is one of many little towns surrounding the park where one can find a wide scope of accommodation types, including hotels, guesthouses and backpackers. Guest on our backpacker or guesthouse Garden Route tours will find the options are plenty. Feel free to have a look at our hotels section where you will find tens of options to book instantly, with customer reviews and photos to assist with your final decision.

Explore the wonders of Addo Park on our 6 Day or private Garden Route tours and discover the wildlife of South Africa

For the luxurious travelers or honeymoon couples, we can build a very luxurious package using accommodation in or around Addo National Park, including four and five star hotels found all along The Garden Route or anywhere in South Africa. If you are looking for special, tailor-made tours with a touch of romance or luxury, feel to to ask!

Addo National Park is home to a kaleidoscope of animal species and abundant birdlife, including more than 450 Elephants, African Lions, Rhinos, Buffalo, Leopard, Zebras, Hyenas, a variety of antelope species, as well as the endangered dung beetle. The Great White Shark and seasonal Southern Right Whales in South Africa and around The Garden Route in Addo Park's Marine section complete the "Big 7", formerly known as the "Big 5". If you happen to go on one of our Garden Route tours from June to November, make sure to have a look at whale boat tours in Hermanus, Plettenberg Bay and Mossel Bay.

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