The Addo Elephant National Park located near Port Elizabeth in South Africa is the countries third largest park after Kruger National Park and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The Addo Elephant national park is home to more than 350 Elephants, 280 Cape Buffalo, Black Rhino, a range of Antelope species and the rare flightless dung Beetle.
The dry season winter months between May and September is the ideal time to visit the Addo Elephant National Park. At this time, wildlife typically gather near waterholes as water becomes scarce, which produces excellent game viewing opportunities.
Layout of Addo Elephant National Park :-Addo encompasses five distinct vegetation types : The Albany thicket (dense woodland), Fynbos (fine-leaved plants), Forest, Nama Karoo (dry shrubland) and Indian Ocean coastal belt. The vegetation in the main area open to tourists is the succulent spekboom, a low growing coastal scrub plant and the main food for the elephants.
Guests even with little experience in horse riding can enjoy riding through the Nyathi area of the game reserve where they may spot large game animals including the Kudu and Hartebeest.
This trail offers excellent bird watching opportunities for species such as the Crowned Hornbills, Black Headed Oriole and Olive Woodpeckers.
Addo Elephant Back Safaris allows visitors the unique opportunity of riding on the back of these amazing, majestic African elephants while enjoying the viewing as you amble slowly through the African bush.
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