Love to travel

Family trips

Couples trips

Friends trips

After working hard, it’s okay to travel a bit and have fun. Doing the things you like doing taking trips once a year is a must. Either you do it solo or with company it does not matter. Our main aspect is to travel the world, Come to Addo Easter cape and enjoy Township tours, adventure tours and gamedrives or even make a self drive to the Addo Elephant national park. Just pay the entrance fee that is offered as a daily ticket, the nice part is that you can drive in and out for the day in the park. You can also visit other private game reserves. It’s nice fun and the experience last a life time.

Guest houses around addo also offers their own guided tours in the park depending on how long it will take from 3hrs-5hrs some even fullday and night drives. Lots of experienced guides. They tell you all about the park and make sure you understand.

Elephants, entelopes, lions, meerkats, zebras, rhino’s, worthogs etc

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