Gorah Elephant Camp

Address: Addo Heights Road, Addo Elephant National Park, Eastern Cape, 6105, South Africa | 5 star inn
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This 5 star inn is located on Addo Heights Road, Addo Elephant National Park.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool


          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TravelPod Member ReviewsGorah Elephant Camp Addo Elephant National Park

          Reviewed by thetruswells


          Reviewed May 26, 2012
          by (1 review) Byron Bay , Australia Flag of Australia

          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.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Gorah Elephant Camp Addo Elephant National Park

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Addo Elephant National Park

          Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up .......

          A travel blog entry by the4thjourney on Jul 09, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... quite worked out what it is. Is it the people, is it the land, is it the intangible things that one cannot define ….. whatever it is, it gets you and keeps bringing you back for more.

          On my way to Port Elizabeth, a 12 hour drive south of Durban is an elephant reserve called "Addo” ….. I had heard about this reserve from some South Africans for some time, nothing special, but somewhere and something you should see if you are in ...

          A Day to Remember

          A travel blog entry by aliceatfr on Nov 23, 2014

          63 photos

          ... safari, perhaps tonight., we'll try again. The morning began with rain, we both feel that there won't be a night safari The rain will not keep us from driving through the park. Many other visitors at the camp felt the same way, rain was not going to keep us away.
          We're driving up the road and we encounter a herd of elephants coming towards us, David begins to drive backwards hoping ...

          Safari In A Campervan

          A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 10, 2014

          5 comments, 63 photos

          Outside of Kruger, the Addo Elephant National Park is probably the most well known park in South Africa. Like many parks, the public is allowed to take their personal vehicles through on game drives- although after the Wounded Zebra thundered through Addo, there may be a serious rethinking of that policy. We thought it would be a great idea to turn our somewhat dilapidated camper into a safari vehicle for a number of reasons. First of ...

          Schotia Safaris

          A travel blog entry by origabe on Mar 26, 2014

          25 photos

          Schotia Safaris is the oldest private game viewing reserve in the Eastern Cape, bordering the eastern side of Addo Elephant National Park. We did a late day and night tour starting 3:00 PM and lasting til 10:30. The night safari concentrates on nocturnal feeders especially lions and hippos.

          We were provided tea and biscuits during our early toilet break. Dinner was a mix of safari cuisine and traditional South African cooking. Lamb, sausage,beef and various ...

          Machetes, shotguns and a vegetable garden...

          A travel blog entry by 210pairsofpants on Feb 07, 2014

          5 photos

          ... amounts of money on the essentials of western comfort - crisps, biscuits, chocolate, fizzy drinks and alcohol. A man and a woman approach the trucks begging, asking for 5 rand, less than 30p. We've been told not to give anything as once word spreads, the volunteers would be overwhelmed on future visits and the work, and no doubt the shopping, we do contributes much more positively to the community. Nevertheless, it feels heartless as we drive away. Can we, will we, ever do ...