Addo Elephant National Park is well known for its high density of Elephant, and since its proclamation in 1931 the number of elephants has grown from a mere 11 to almost 600 individuals.
The National Park is regularly being expanded to accommodate the growing elephant population and the latest expansion into the Colchester Section in August 2010 has created a greater area for the growing Elephant population to utilize.
Besides Elephant, the AENP has a large number of Buffalo, Kudu, Red Hartebeest and Warthog to name a few. It is also possible to see Lion and the endangered Black Rhinoceros.
The AENP also has a variety of vegetation types ranging from Sub-Tropical Thicket, Fynbos and open plains which all support a large variety of bird life.
Our qualified and experienced guides will interpret all aspects of the AENP from the History, Geology, Mammal, Plant and Bird life, which will enhance ones experience and create an unforgettable visit to the 3rd largest National Park in South Africa.
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