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Addo Elephant National Park reviews

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“The accommodation overlooks the waterhole of the park” - Nature Travel Namibia

Scenic park with a high amount of diversity

Views: 200 Visited: Jun 2019 Reviewed: Jul 16, 2019

This beautiful and scenic park located not too far from Port Elizabeth on the Garden Route of South Africa is a park well worth a visit. Located out of a Malaria zone also makes this park attractive.
As the name suggests the park has a high concentration of Elephants and one really gets to enjoy amazing sightings of these gentle giants of Africa. During our recent visit we had a good sighting of Lions near the main camp. Other highlights include buffalo, kudu, bushbuck, black rhino, black-backed jackal and numerous other antelope.
The park’s birding is really good with ostrich, southern tchagra, blue crane, southern black korhaan, secretary bird and martial eagle being some of the special birds too see.
The park’s accommodation is wonderful, comfortable and we really enjoyed our stay at the main rest camp that had a well-stocked shop and great restaurant. Our accommodation overlooked a waterhole and we enjoyed sightings of lion and black rhino at the waterhole. All in all a great, scenic park with a high amount of diversity.

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