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Addo Elephant National Park

Addo Elephant National Park

     
 

Phone:

+27 (0) 31 202 5164

Email:

addoenquiries@sanparks.org

Website:

www.sanparks.org/parks/addo/

Poaching Hotline:

+27 (0) 800 205 005

 
     

Size:  164,000 ha / 1,640 km2

Nearest major city:  Port Elizabeth (1h30 approx by car)

Species Numbers:  102 Mammals        405 Birds        54 Reptiles

Big Five:  Yes

Highlights:

  • - Malaria-free
  • - One of the best reserves to see large elephant herds
  • - Easy access from N2 and Garden Route
  • - Great diversity of habitats featuring 5 out of South Africa’s 7 biomes
  • - South Africa’s third largest park

Situated just off the National N2 road near Port Elizabeth, Addo Elephant National Park is probably the most accessible authentic Big 5 destination in the country, and together with its excellent variety of accommodation and its natural diversity, it should be visited by novice and experienced nature-lover alike.

From the north-west to the south-east, a distance of no more than 140kms, the habitats and landscapes change markedly, from near-desert conditions in the north to mountain fynbos, from sub-tropical valleys filled with dense spekboom to temperate coastal forest and warm Indian Ocean waters in the south. 

Within these five terrestrial and one marine biome live a profligate list of animal species, from the largest animal on earth (the elephant), the oldest mammal (the black rhino), one of the largest mammals (the southern-right whale) and Africa’s iconic predator (the lion).

Tour Operators:

Alan Tours and Holiday Services