It is this country we undertake to show you with a passion and delight, whether traveling on your dream holiday or doing business in this dynamic sector. We will guide you with the expertise accumulated over time spent in the wildlife and hospitality industry. Guide you, with a passion undiminished, in fact enhanced with the passage of time.
South Africa a country with a shoreline over 3000 km in length, and in particular the Eastern Cape Province is our country, our home, our pride and joy.
We revel in the vast open spaces, spaces so expansive that many visitors find the distances difficult to adjust to.
The magnificent diversity of South Africa’s natural resources, its historical past and the cultural presence of our people, “Our Rainbow Nation”, a term coined by Arch-Bishop emeritus Desmond Tutu” the “Bish” when searching to describe the cosmopolitan composition of the people of our nation. Truly a collective term when used in the context of the multi-cultural mix that makes the colourful people of South Africa such a friendly, wonderful and interesting destination to visit.
South Africa, a magnificently beautiful country, one of two of the most diverse destinations on this planet earth, the planet we call home, South Africa, the country that occupies the southern most tip of that enigmatic continent AFRICA.
Where sea meets the shore. Learn the history and visit the natural beauty of Cape Recife, the ancient fish traps and its historial lighthouse, the third oldest operational lighthouse in the country.
Half day tour including entrance fee R 450.00 per person sharing. Minimum 2 persons.
Contact us for more info on 072 358 4634
Take a fun break with an expert nature guide and learn about the social society of the Elephants and other wildlife right there on your door step.
Half day tour including entrance fee R 650.00 per person sharing. Minimum 2 persons.
Contact us for more info on 072 358 4634
ALAN TOURS, renowned for personalised safaris to the Addo Elephant National Park and South Africa from Port Elizabeth, an important holiday and business centre and increasingly recognised as the hidden gem in the crown of South African tourism. Port Elizabeth on the shores of Algoa Bay, the Bottlenosed Dolphin Capital of the World on the Sunshine Coast, where our golden beaches fringe the warm waters of the Indian Ocean is situated a short 35 minute drive from the popular Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape. It is from here that we are proud to promote South Africa, recently voted the most beautiful country in the world and home to the Big 5 and Big 7 Safaris and invite you to come and enjoy the friendly hospitality we are so renowned for.
We offer our guests a wide selection of affordable half day tours to the Addo Elephant National Park as well as City, Cultural and Historical tours in and around Port Elizabeth and the Eastern Cape.
The Port Elizabeth harbour hosts an increasing number of top cruise ships from around the world where Alan Tours offers attractive tour itineraries to accommodate these welcome visitors.
Full day safaris to the Addo Elephant National Park are undertaken daily.
Big 7 full day or overnight Safaris to the Addo Elephant National Park are very popular.
A comprehensive list of tours to the Garden Route either from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth or Port Elizabeth to Cape Town are available.
Safaris along the Wild Coast to the Drakensberg, St Lucia on through Swaziland to the Kruger National Park are undertaken or choose to arrive in Johannesburg, Egoli, “The City of Gold” and transfer to the Kruger Park itself.
Cultural tours highlighting the traditional way of life of the colourful Xhosa people including a pilgrimage to the place where the international icon Nelson Mandela was born, raised and laid to rest including the sights and sounds of the spectacular Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape.
This is a land with a unique natural, cultural and historical diversity, unsurpassed in the modern world today. Host to some seriously authentic destinations, some in modern world class cities while others are found in remote, hidden localities.
Pic of the week – Arguing Angels