Nguni River Lodge

Nyathi Concession, Addo Elephant National Park, Eastern Cape, 6105, South Africa | 5 star lodge
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Travel Blogs from Addo Elephant National Park

Addo NP, South Africa – one more game drive

A travel blog entry by amyandluke


... we didn’t see a great deal in the park, but still a lot more than if we had been at home! There were a few zebras dotted around by the watering holes and plenty of warthogs with their hair blowing in the wind. We witnessed two warthogs having a fight as they pushed against each other with their curled up tusks and we had a tortoise decide to cross the road in front of us. There was one elephant that ...

Elephants sometimes sit on cars

A travel blog entry by kendrasworld


... from there passing all of these sites....but we just drove. The caves were very cool. We decided to go on the "adventure tour" of the caves, meaning for about 2 hours we got to climb around. Some of the spaces get tiny! We started off entering a huge chamber with the standard (and very beautiful) cave formations such as stalagmites. We then proceeded into the tunnels. The first tunnel was called Jacobs Ladder...and was pretty I memorable. The second tunnel is the ...

Addo Elephant Park

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik


Another early start. Not by choice, but by habit. Our body clocks have shifted and we are now early risers and don't seem to be minding it. So at 6:30 were were up to pack, shower and tidy up our things. At 8am we were having a yummy breakfast of avo and crust-less quiche. The flavor was far nicer than I can accomplish with my quiches and it seems that the secret is to sauté the ingredients ...


A travel blog entry by davencorina


... nobody was expecting and an overdone piece of steak with burnt vegi's, as we had completely forgotten about the dinner.

The next morning we went out early. The guests staying in the park can start the game drive at 6:00. We drove down to Harpoors dam and back up to junction 15. This took us about an hour, and we saw nothing. We went to the look out and saw where all the elephants where hiding from the top.

Sunrise to Sunset

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska


... there are 9 lion in that part of the park living in 3 groups. They are now all under contraception as they bred too fast and ate whatever they wanted rather than just the impala, warthogs and ostrich they were supposed to. The impala are apparently really clever and the guide told us that on private neighbouring farms I winter hunting of one impala per hunter is allowed, apparently they have a huge migration of "illegals" who jump the fence into the park for safety and ...

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