Addo Accommodation offers a variety of self-catering apartments, houses and cottages to suit the solo traveller, couples, friends or families visiting the world-renowned Addo National Park and the Sundays River in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
The Addo Elephant Park is home to one of the densest African Elephant populations on earth, roughly 550 of them, and they once roamed the entire continent. By 1979 there were only 1.3 million African elephants left, and in 1989 they were added to the international list of the most endangered species, with only sixteen left in the Greater Addo area.
The Elephants play a key role in the environment – pulling down trees, breaking up bushes, and digging waterholes and trails. Their droppings are particularly important as baboons and birds pick them over for undigested seeds and nuts, and the dung beetle (the flightless dung beetle is only found in Addo) use them in which to reproduce.
More recently the Addo Elephant National Park has expanded to become the only park in the world to not only have the Big 5 in its park, but also feature Africa’s ‘Big 7’ – elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo, leopard, southern right whale and great white shark.
Expanding along the coast from the Sundays River mouth towards Alexandria, and by adding an offshore marine reserve that includes Bird Island and St Croix Island, the largest African penguin colony in the world.
For private tours of South Africa and Fun things to do in Port Elizabeth, join Sundays River Adventures for day trips safari into Addo Elephant Park, Sandboarding, Sandsledding, River Cruises, Canoeing and even visit the well known Schotia Game Reserve. While travelling along the Garden Route / Route 62, be sure to visit the Tsitsikamma National Park before setting your travel plans to head home.
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