Addo Elephant Park
Addo Elephant Park is the largest national park in South Africa. The park has also expanded to conserve a wide range of biodiversity, landscapes, fauna and the flora. Also stretching from the semi-arid karoo area in north around Darlington Dam; over the rugged Zuurberg Mountains, through the Sundays River Valley and south to the coast between Sundays River mouth and Bushman’s river mouth. The original elephant section of this park was proclaimed in 1931, when only eleven elephants remained in the area.
Addo Elephant National Park has got over 600 elephant, lion, buffalo, black Rhino, hyenas, leopards, antelopes and the zebras.
The parks also seeks to be fully integrated into the regional landscape. It also conserves and enhances the characteristic terrestrial and the marine biodiversity ecological process; and the cultural, historical and the scenic resources representative of the Eastern Cape for the appreciation and benefit of present and future generations. The main five attractions to experience in the park also include; Lion, herds of elephants, the interpretive Centre at main camp, the picturesque Zuurberg Mountain and The rolling sand dunes of the Woody Cape section