14 Days South Africa's Garden Route & Addo Elephant Park

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The ‘Garden Route’: inland lakes, beautiful sweeping beaches and intertidal flats are the final destination of many migrating birds from Europe and western Asia.
The Addo Elephant National Park was first set up to protect the last elephants and Cape buffalos in the southern part of South Africa. It now has the full range of mammals originally found here, including lions, leopards and rhinos, plus some 200 bird species.
Together they make a superb combination of the best of South Africa’s wildlife, set in a malaria-free area near the south coast, with whales, Cape fur seals and seabirds by the shore.
The holiday will be based on two centres, five nights in the main camp at the Addo Elephant National Park, and eight nights in the Garden Route in a guesthouse just outside Plettenberg Bay. Two further nights will be spent on overnight flights from the UK to Port Elizabeth via Johannesburg and back.

Project details

  • Dates: 2nd December to 15th December 2018
  • Vehicle: Long wheel-base VW Microbus TDI with Guide
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