4 x 4 Addo National Park Safaris
Addo National Park, Vervet Monkey
Addo Safaris, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Feeding the Elephant after the walk
Zuurberg Mountain pass
Addo National Park, Spotted Hyena
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Addo Elephant National Park and Walk with Elephants
Full Day Tour – Code (FD03)

In the Zuurberg Mountain we have a memorable experience of walking with the giants in the valley thickets. There is a chance to interact while you feed the bulls.

Visit one of the most popular National Park South Africa’s, home to close to 700 Elephants, Lions, Buffalo, Zebra, Eland and Antelope amongst the many other species of animals and bird life.

R 3780.00 per person

Minimum 2 persons
Single supplement applies
Group rate on request

Tour includes:

Professional guided tour 
Entrance/conservation fees 
Elephant walk 
A light lunch and a drink per person
Bottled water in the tour vehicle

We will pick you up at your accommodation in Port Elizabeth and travel towards the nearby Zuurberg mountain range. This promises to be an exhilarating and picturesque adventure as we navigate the rugged terrain in our robust 4 x 4 Toyota Land Cruiser safari vehicle.

Our journey takes us up the historic Zuurberg mountain pass, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the lowlands and valleys below. The pass, originally initiated by Henry Fancourt White in 1849 and later completed by Matthew Woodfield, adds a touch of history to our excursion.

Addo Safaris, walking and feeding the Elephant bulls

After our walk with these fascinating animals, we will convene at the feeding post. Here, you have the opportunity to personally feed the elephants, after which they will roam freely, possibly indulging in a mud bath or taking a swim at the waterhole.

Following this unique experience, we set off for the renowned Addo Elephant National Park.

Zuurberg Mountain Pass

Descending into a deep valley, we will encounter three gentle Elephant bulls who will be our close companions for the next hour. We will walk alongside these magnificent creatures as they forage in their natural habitat within these remote mountains. While interacting with the elephants, keep an eye out for other species such as giraffes and zebras that share this reserve.

Lion, Addo Park, Tours South Africa

Upon entering the park, we break for a light lunch, complete the check-in process, and immediately begin our game viewing adventure. You will have the chance to search for a rich diversity of wildlife within the thickets and on the open plains, all while learning about the animals and their natural habitat.

The Addo Elephant National Park, located in a malaria-free zone, is home to nearly 700 free-roaming African Elephants. As you explore this expansive park, you will also encounter herds of Buffalo, majestic Lions, elusive Black Rhinos, and the shy Leopard—collectively known as the Big 5. But the wildlife diversity doesn’t stop there. The park is also home to a variety of antelope species, Zebra, Warthogs, and a rich tapestry of bird and reptile life. 

Covering a vast expanse, it ranks as the third largest national park in South Africa and remains one of the most popular destinations for nature enthusiasts.

As our adventure draws to a close, we make our way back to Port Elizabeth, returning you to your accommodation after a full day of excitement in the African bush.

4 x 4 Alan Tours landcruiser

Tour includes:

  • Guided Tour 
  • Entrance/conservation fees
  • Elephant interaction
  • light lunch
  • Bottled water

Rate per person: R 3780.00

Minimum two persons

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