Gorah Elephant Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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Travel Blogs from Addo Elephant National Park
... 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 ...
... will get off the road and let us through-----it wasn't going to happen, David quickly made a U turn and we left, we knew we weren't wanted. It's really a scary experience, but it wasn't going to be our last. So we drive back a short way and try again and this time the elephants had left the road, so we continued. We decided to drive to the watering hole to see if there was any ...
... had never done anything like that before and based on the stares we got, apparently no one else has either. Secondly, since the Wounded Zebra is obviously only days away from the Car Crusher at the local scrap yard, we thought it would be a nice treat for her to see some of the Big 5 before becoming a number of recycled tin cans. And if you are going to do a self-drive in a game reserve why not do it in a park that is known for ...
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 ...
... of the place they usually cut through down to the river, watching quietly as they walk on the dirt road which they find easier to move on rather than through the undergrowth. All of them move across in front of us apart from the last big bull who wants to stamp his authority. We collectively hold our breath as he swaggers closer and closer, teasing, asking who will move first. He decides to go alongside our vehicle, waving his trunk at us as if mocking us or telling us ...