Addo Elephant National Park

Now the third largest national park in South Africa, Addo Elephant National Park has expanded to conserve a wide diversity of biodiversity, landscapes, fauna and flora. Stretching from the semi-arid karoo area in the north around Darlington Dam, over the rugged Zuurberg Mountains, through the Sundays River valley and south to the coast between Sundays River mouth and Bushman’s river mouth, Addo covers about 180 000 hectares (444 700 acres) and includes the Bird and St Croix Island groups.
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Addo Elephant National Park is situated 72km by road from Port Elizabeth. Established in 1931 to save 11 Elephants on the brink of extinction, and now home to more than 350 of them, 280 Cape Buffalo, black Rhino, a range of  antelope species, as well as the rare flightless dung Beetle.    Addo Elephant Park, a sanctuary for a wide range of South Africa’s Wildlife

Addo Elephant National Park is situated 72km by road from Port Elizabeth. Established in 1931 to save 11 Elephants on the brink of extinction, and now home to more than 350 of them, 280 Cape Buffalo, black Rhino, a range of antelope species, as well as the rare flightless dung Beetle. Addo Elephant Park, a sanctuary for a wide range of South Africa’s Wildlife

Horse riding in the game area in Addo Elephant National Park - Photography Rory Alexander

Horse riding in the game area in Addo Elephant National Park - Photography Rory Alexander

Beautiful Landscape at Addo Elephant National Park

Beautiful Landscape at Addo Elephant National Park

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