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Paarl Wellington Tulbagh Wolseley Ceres

Winelands

Worcester Robertson Bonnievale Ashton Montagu

Klein Karoo

Barrydale Ladismith Calitzdorp Oudtshoorn Prince Albert De Rust Uniondale

Langkloof

Joubertina Kareedouw Humansdorp Oyster Bay St Francis Bay Jeffreys Bay Addo

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Addo Tourism

Addo

Telephone 071 437 8487
F: 086 566 0163
Website www.greateraddoroute.co.za

Addo Tourism

The Addo Elephant National Park, with its core situated in the Sundays River Valley and stretching from the Karoo region north of the Zuurberg Mountain Range to the coast and islands of Algoa Bay of South Africa's Eastern Cape Province, is the heartbeat of the GREATER ADDO ROUTE.

Proclaimed in 1931 to protect eleven surviving Eastern Cape elephants, this amazing park consolidates the unique combination of land and seascapes. It is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world, lying across five of the country's seven biomes. It has one of the most densely populated elephant herds in the world and is home to the locally endemic flightless dung beetle (Circellum bacchus) and the endangered black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis bicornis).

The famous Alexandria dune fields in the South, are the longest and widest coastal dunes in the southern hemisphere, and it is here where the park inherits the whale and shark, making the park one of the rare Big 7 destinations internationally. Quality graded accommodation in the form of luxury lodges, guesthouses, B&B's, self catering and camping facilities are available throughout the route. The visitor can opt for relaxed home stays, luxury spas, comfortable colonial country houses or basic backpacker accommodation complimented by guided tours and safaris, ferry rides, horse trails, hiking trails, 4x4 and off road / adventure facilities with visits to conservation and community projects also offered.

The Greater Addo Route is 100% malaria free and offers some of the best and easily accessible Big 5 and Big 7 game viewing in South Africa.

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