Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa

Accommodation in Addo Elephant National Park

Product NameRoom TypeRATINGPrices
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Rondawel (HL2 Communal Kitchen, View of waterhole) from: ZAR 1410
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Family Chalet (FCH4 - Unit #16) from: ZAR 1730
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Chalet (CH2/4) from: ZAR 1410
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Chalet (CH2S Semi Detached, shower) from: ZAR 1410
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Caravan Site (CK6P Power Point) from: ZAR 305
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Cottages (CO2) from: ZAR 1410
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Domkrag Guest House [GHD6] from: ZAR 4000
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Forest Cabin (HF4 Communal Kitchen) from: ZAR 870
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Chalet (CH2 Mini Kitchen, Unit # 15) from: ZAR 1000
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Tent site ( CK4T Power Point, very small sites) from: ZAR 285
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Safari Tents (ST2 Communal Facilities) from: ZAR 755
Addo Main Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Hapoor Guest House (GHH6 - View of waterhole) from: ZAR 4000
Gorah Elephant Camp - Addo Park Tented Suites from: ZAR 4450
Long Hope Villa Long Hope Villa from: ZAR 14000
Matyholweni Rest Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Cottage (CO2Z) from: ZAR 1410
Matyholweni Rest Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Family Cottage (FA3) from: ZAR 1410
Matyholweni Rest Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Cottage (CO2) from: ZAR 1410
Narina Rustic Bush Camp - Addo Elephant Park Bush Camp (BCT4) from: ZAR 1230
Spekboom Tented Rest Camp - Addo Elephant National Park Spekboom Tent (TC2) from: ZAR 870
Zuurberg Mountain Village - Addo Zuurberg Manor from: ZAR 910
Zuurberg Mountain Village - Addo Dinner from: ZAR 220
Zuurberg Mountain Village - Addo Zuurberg Village from: ZAR 910

Addo Elephant National Park

The 14551 hectare reserve, situated in rugged bush country north-east of Port Elizabeth, was established in 1931 to preserve the last, tiny remnant of the once prolific herds of Cape elephant.

Situated 73km from Port Elizabeth in South Africa's Eastern Cape, the conservation success story of this park is world famous. Since its proclamation in 1931, the last eleven elephants in that region have bred to number 170, its 14551 ha also offering sanctuary to the last Cape buffalo and 21 black rhino of the very scarce Kenyan sub-species. Also notable is the unique flightless dung beetle, which is found almost exclusively in Addo. Day sightings of animals are frequent and an illuminated waterhole provides excellent nighttime game viewing.