Gorah Elephant Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGorah Elephant Camp Addo Elephant National Park
Magnificent in every way, not to be forgotten experience of an African Game park. A concession within Addo National Park it provides a great escape to the heart of Africa.
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... biking. We paid about £11 each to head out on the bikes for half a day. Thankfully the bikes were in good nick this time, so no fearing for your life. We had to buy some gloves as our fingers would have frozen off in the cold. We had a map to follow, given by the bike shop, so with this, off we went. We ended up cycling for 3.5 hours. It was amazing but so cold and windy. We stopped off at a few waterfalls and view points along the way and tackled the many steep hills and tricky terrain. ...
... middle of the road and cooling themselves down at the watering holes. We also saw zebras, kudus, buffalo, jackals, caracals, ostriches, elands, duikers and warthogs. The big sighting was a female lion sunning herself. We were lucky to visit at this time of year as many of the animals had their young with them.
We rented a self catering cottage inside the National Park, which was perfect. It had a small ...
... for Christmas tree decorations. But the rules are clear - take only photos. So out come the machetes and saws, and we work in pairs for an hour or so chopping away, trying to find shade from the scorching sun which of course slips away from us every time a tree goes down. I find using the machete worryingly satisfying and enjoyable.
From Jeffrey's Bay we headed back inland and up to Addo National Park for our last game drive of the trip. The park is only small compared to the others we had gone to in Botswana and Namibia and populations of animals were considerably smaller so we had our work cut out to spot the wildlife. We were able to drive around the park in the truck which was a huge benefit as the area was very bushy and the animals liked to hide in ...
... tiny babies - all of whom were completely fearless and walked only a couple of feet away from the car. We had heard that elephants in Addo are relatively nice to cars, but don't get out of the car or they might attack you, and an elephant charging at you is no small thing. I might come up to its elbow. We decided to follow the elephants for a little while. If you get too close the big ones flare their ears at you and make loud noises...so we tried to keep our ...