Day Trip / Out of Town, Nature and Wildlife, Youth and Family
Kid Friendly: Yes. The game drive is family oreintated and addapted to the needs of children/family
Need to get in and out of a mini bus.
Maximum travelers: 5
German (conversational), English (fluent), Dutch (fluent)
Half day (min 4 hours)
While driving around Addo Park all our senses are at work looking for animals. With each encounter we will stop to give you a photo opportunity and I will give you information about the animals behaviour and life style. We take note of their interaction with each other and the environment, listen for their communication sounds and just enjoy being there with them in their home. About halfway through the drive we take a break with a lovely prepared picnic with snacks and drinks. Time to breathe in lovely fresh air. After a break we carry on driving searching for more encounters. Although Addo park is a big 5 park the leopard and rhino are very scary sightings.
*This tour is priced for a group of up to 5 but I am happy to guide larger groups. If your group is more than 5 please contact me for a customized quote. *
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meet at B&B or guesthouse where tourist are staying as long it is in a 30 km radius from the park or meet in Addo Elephant national Park in front of reception.
End location: Will be dropped were I picked them up. The B&B or reception area of Addo Elephant National park.
Duration: 4 hours
Mini bus thats clean, comfortable and spacious for moving around to take photos with air-conditioner. Child friendly.
Pick up at B&B in a 30 km radius from Addo park. Transport to and in Addo Elephant National Park.
Light lunch with drinks.
Conservation fee paid.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 Rand - For curious and anything extra not included in game drive.
A lot of information and experienced shared with the guest.
Eastern and western Cape
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Sorry for delay in responding but Sorita, as our guide for the Addo Elephant Park in South Africa, was a joy. Reminds me of Joyce Weir in Charleston--each a little bit quirky but possessed of great knowledge in their specialty and unbridled enthusiasm in expressing and sharing everything. Sorita whose effervescence was warmly received even brought a simple picnic lunch which hit the spot. While the tour was supposed to begin near the elephant park, Sorita met us at the ship. Joel Price Judy Sussman