Addo Main Rest Camp Addo Elephant National Park SANParks
Addo Elephant National Park
About Addo Main Rest Camp Addo Elephant National Park SANParks
Addo Main Rest Camp is a popular main rest camp of the park and offers a wide variety of accommodation units to suit all tastes as well as plenty of activities to keep visitors busy. A unique feature is the waterhole lookout point within the camp, floodlit at night, and the underground hide allowing close encounters with wildlife at the waterhole.
Evenings are punctuated with the call of lions, spotted hyenas and jackals, while francolin and bokmakieries herald each dawn. Accommodation units are situated within easy walking distance of each other and facilities including a swimming pool, restaurant and shop.
Activities available include game drives, horse trails, 4x4 trails, hiking trails, and marine eco tours.
The climate is temperate to hot and temperatures in summer (November to February) may reach over 40 degrees Celsius. Winter days are mild but cold at night with frost occurring at times. The average annual rainfall is 450 mm and is spread throughout the year, although peaks do often occur in February/March and October/November.
Other useful information at this rest camp:
- Some loops of the tourist roads in the park are tarred while the others are graveled. The gravel roads are in good condition and can be accessed with a normal vehicle, but these may be closed in very wet weather. The main entrance road into the park is tarred.
- Vehicle fuel is available in all parks (or is available on the park periphery).
- Insect repellent is recommended, especially in summer.
- No immunisations are needed for travel to the park as it is situated in a malaria-free area.
PLEASE NOTE: the rates are subject to the number of adults and children staying. Quotes will include the 1% Community Levy, but will exclude daily conservation fees, which are to be paid directly to camp on arrival.
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Safari: Enjoy guided game drive, hop-on, hop-off guides, or self-drive game viewing.
Family friendly: There are plenty of activities for families to participate in.
Please note that the rates are subject to the number of adults and children staying. Rates include 1% Community Levy, but exclude daily conservation fees. These are to be paid directly to camp on arrival.
SANParks have implemented a 1% Community Fund charge on all reservations (overnight and activity products) from 1 June 2012. This will... Please note that the rates are subject to the number of adults and children staying. Rates include 1% Community Levy, but exclude daily conservation fees. These are to be paid directly to camp on arrival.
SANParks have implemented a 1% Community Fund charge on all reservations (overnight and activity products) from 1 June 2012. This will be used to fund projects that support surrounding communities in bettering their livelihoods.
All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis unless specifically indicated otherwise.
Several parks and rest-camps have retail facilities and restaurants. Tariffs do not include meals unless specifically indicated otherwise.
Vehicle fuel is available in several parks (or is available on the park periphery) and in the main rest camps in Kruger and Kgalagadi.
Bedding is supplied in all accommodation unless specifically indicated otherwise.
Cooking utensils and refrigeration are provided in most accommodation units, unless specifically indicated otherwise.
Adult rates apply to persons 12 years and older. Child rates apply to persons aged 2-11 years. Infants under 2 years stay free. see more
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