Addo Elephant National Park is the third largest National Park in South Africa with a unique character of its own, placing it among the most bio diverse National Parks in the world. This big 5 park will be brought alive through your guide who will do their best to find you as many animals sightings as they can during your period in the Park.
The Sundays River starts beyond the mountains where the extremities of Addo Elephant National Park starts. Explore the section where the river flows between the villages of Colchester and Cannonville and the world famous Alexandria Dune Fields, to where it flows into Algoa Bay. One of the fastest in flowing (from the sea) and out flowing rivers in the Eastern Cape. Ecologically clean enough to swim, fish, canoe in.
The ferry will take you to the river mouth and give you the opportunity of accessing the dune fields which are classified as the longest, widest coastal dune fields in the Southern Hemisphere.
Should you wish to access the dunes then a fairly good level of fitness will be required
Soft Drinks and Dry Snacks and the use of Nikon Binoculars.
CONSERVATION FEE for the National Park
You will be collected at the lodge jetty for your afternoon river cruise.
The tour will start at and finish at DUNGBEETLE RIVER LODGE. The tour into Addo Elephant National Park takes place first. This part of the tour is not weather dependent but the river cruise may be. This also leaves from the jetty of this Lodge. Should the weather not be favourable for river cruises this portion of the cruise can be refunded or converted into a full day in the National Park.
Approximately 7 1/2 hours
Wear clothes relevant to the weather conditions
Bring a good camera to record the memories that are made
R2 250 per person - min 2 pax
R1600 per child under 12