Enjoy a half day safari tour in the world-renowned Addo Elephant National Park. Addo is the only park in the world that is home to Africa's "Big 7" animals (Elephant, Rhinoceros, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Southern Right Whale and Great White Shark) in their natural habitat and is a must-see destination in the Eastern Cape.
Join our experienced guides on a day safari and learn about the large variety of animals and the surrounding areas. Each drive is unique and unpredictable as the animals are constantly on the move. Our guides will, however, do their best to provide the best sightings possible.
Tours take place in one of our open or closed vehicles and light snacks and drinks is provided on every tour.
Good to know
- Trip runs 08.00 and 13.00 daily
- Minimum 4 people
- Arrive at least 45 minutes before the starting time
- Guided safari in Addo Elephant National Park
- Conservation fee into Addo Elephant National Park (Special running for SA citizens till 30 September 2021)
- Extra food & drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Comfortable clothing
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This place is getting very bad and you pay more for less. You not allowed to overnite to fish at night anymore. You have to leave the caravan or house at nine. Why I am asking at nine what time must I stand up to to start unpacking and also when must I eat breakfast at my own home why did I come camping. This is the only place you must left at nine and they charge you the most for the poorest services. What is on standard in you site. You warn us to bring nothing because of the break ins. I GIVE YOU NOTHING AND I WILL NEVER COME HERE AGAIN
Was the best weekend with family nd friends celebrating my wife's birthday.Pearson Park is beautiful resort nd would love to spend more time in future at Pearson Park.
Strict Cancellation Policy
The guest can cancel free of charge until 7 days before arrival. The guest will be charged the total price if they cancel in the 7 days before arrival.
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