Experience a guided Addo Elephant National Park Safari of both the North and South Sections of Addo’s Main Camp. The Main Camp at Addo has now grown to over 35000 hectares. Let our experienced guides that have trained eyes for spotting wildlife, local knowledge regarding: animal identification, local history, vegetation, local culture and stories, take you to the highlighted areas of the Park.
Duration 9 hours including Lunchtime and travel times : 9am till 6pm (Summer), 9am till 5:30 (winter) Included Transfers (in ZONE), Drinks and snacks, International Park Entrance fees, Lunch BBQ in the heart of the Addo Elephant National Park Attractions Big 5 Game viewing, Park History, Local Knowledge, Lunch BBQ in the heart of the Park.
Your enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide will drive through the park and stop for sightings. Animals that could be seen during the drive are elephant, buck, zebra, warthog, lion to name only a few. Keep a close lookout while driving past the bushes; animals love to camouflage themselves among the thickets! Type of Vehicle: Closed high clearance, custom built and designed Safari vehicles which are used to service other clients at other establishments. They are top quality Toyota Land cruiser Safari vehicles with large viewing opportunities, very spacious, and comfortable. All Addo park Safari’s (full and ½ day options ) for our Chrislin African Lodge clients are done in an Open Safari Vehicles unless there are children under 6 years (they would go in our closed custom built Land Cruisers due to regulations). Our Providers was granted a license in the Greater Addo area to operate Open Safari vehicles, and because its seen as a privilege by SAN Parks for us to offer these, our entrance fees are much higher than the normal entrance fees into Addo Park. Clients wanting to make use of this experience have to spend a minimum of 1 night at Chrislin African Lodge. Our Major supplier providers are the pioneers of the FULL DAY Guided Addo Elephant National Park Tour. Not only do the guides have trained eyes for spotting wildlife but they also have local knowledge regarding: animal identification, local history, vegetation, local culture and plenty of local stories to round off a great tour.