Camdeboo National Park
Mountain Zebra National Park
Addo Elephant National Park
Addo to Karoo 4 Day Safari
This complete Eastern Cape safari experience covers 3 breathtaking National Parks, The Addo Elephant National Park, Mountain Zebra National Park and the Camdeboo National Park. Enjoy this pristine malaria free region with the Big 5 in their natural environment.
Addo Elephant National Park: The third largest national park in South Africa and home to a huge variety of wildlife, including more than 600 elephants, as well as lion, the endangered black rhino, Cape buffalo, leopard, spotted hyena, antelope, an array of bird species, and the very unique Addo flightless dung beetle. Tented shared accommodation with twin beds and a full day game drive in the Addo Elephant National Park included.
Mountain Zebra National Park: Opened in 1937, this park initially provided a nature reserve for the endangered Cape Mountain Zebra. Today the park has more than 700 species of wildlife including zebra, cheetah, lion, buffalo, eland, kudu, black wildebeest, red hartebeest, blesbok and gemsbok. Also known for its sightings of some rare wildlife, like the aardwolf, bat-eared fox and caracal. The combination of wildlife and landscape provide the perfect recipe for any nature lover. Tented shared accommodation (no beds) with a full day game drive in the Mountain Zebra National Park and Cheetah Tracking on foot included (3 to 4 hours).
Nieu Bethesda: Nieu-Bethesda is a village in the Great Karoo heatland of South Africa. A massive arid part of the country that spans more than 400 000 sqaure kilometers. Situated at the foot of the Sneeuberge Mountains, this little village offers vast open plains, majestic mountains and champagne air.
Camdeboo National Park: Only a stone's throw from one of the oldest towns in South Africa, Graaff-Reinet lies the majestic valley of desolation. This awe inspiring valley is the product of the volcanic and erosive forces of nature over a period of 200-million years, its many rock columns, formations and never ending views provide some of the most unique scenery in South Africa.