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Private Port Elizabeth Half Day City Tour
"The third largest port in South Africa and the country's fifth biggest city Port Elizabeth is ideally set on the beautiful beaches of Algoa Bay.Often referred to as ""The Friendly City"" Port Elizabeth has more than its fair share of warm water beaches estuaries and rivers providing superb watersports playgrounds. There are endless opportunities for surfing angling both surf and deep sea yachting
From ZAR1,415.00
 
Private Addo Elephant National Park Day Tour from Port Elizabeth
"The Sundays River Valley Route/Addo region is only an hour's scenic drive from the wonderful beaches of the Sunshine Coast and the rich 1820 Settler history of Grahamstown. Addo Elephant National Park is the place to see the famous Addo elephants as well bearing fruit all winter and filling the air with the wonderful scent of their blossoms in springtime. Today this finely tuned ecosystem is sanctuary to over 420 elephants 450 Cape buffalo black rhino a variety of antelope species as well as the unique flightless dung beetle found almost exclusively in Addo. Enjoy a drive through this park. Stop for lunch (not included) at a picnic area inside the park overlooking a waterhole."
From ZAR2,160.00
 
Sandboarding in Jeffreys Bay
"Meet in Jeffreys Bay and travel to one of their unspoiled beaches. The waters in the bay are known for great surfing but the huge dunes on land offer the perfect backdrop for some serious sandboarding. This activity takes around 2 hours to complete it's fast and a lot of fun. If you can stand you can Sandboard. Choose from morning or afternoon departures and enjoy some fun on the beach at Marina Martinique."""The beaches around Jeffreys Bay are home to some of the biggest and most spectacular sand dunes in South Africa. Sandboarding is very similar to snowboarding; it is fun and easy to learn. Skilled instructors will teach you how to sandboard. Come and expertitle=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Ideal+choice+for+families&3=Perfect+for+all+ages+and+skill+level
From ZAR250.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Addo Elephant National Park

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No off road driving allowed in game reserves

(work in progress)Vistors are not allowed to drive off road is allowed in any of South Africa's national or provincial game reserves. In private reserves, game rangers may take vehicles off road - for...
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Dangerous Animals

Although most wildlife look and seem placid, they are still WILD animals.Therefore it is advisable to stay in your vehicle while travelling through Addo Elephant Park. To enjoy the natural beauty and...
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It is wild animals

Do remember that these animals are not tame, although they might be use to vehicles. Elephants are very protective about their young, so be a bit more carefull if there are youngsters in a group...
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No citrus in the park ideally!

Do not bring any kind of citrus fruits into the park if it can be helped. Oranges, pineapples, clementines, naartjies etc.The park has decent fences around the it, but in times past, it didn’t, and...
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Bumpety bump on the dirt roads!

The roads in the rest camp are tarred, but the roads in the park are sand and gravel. We have been to quite a few game parks, and we found some of the roads here the worst we have ever found....
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Keep an eye on the elephants...

I personally have found that the elephants here are a lot tamer and calmer than the elephants in the Kruger National park.However, with the advent of lions and cheetahs (more predators), this balance...
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Dont walk where you shouldn't be walking!

A man was killed in the park in 2005. He was trespassing and was walking in an area he shouldn’t have been in, and, besides the fact he was trespassing, that area is home to predators and other...
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Caution, Beetles Have the Right Of Way

No this is not that famous english rock band from the 60s and 70s. These insects carrying balls of poop may be crossing roads. The parks are fairly serious about keeping their dung beetle populations...
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Be warned of ... Elephants (of course)

It´s like in the Kruger Ntl Park, only 10 times "worse".The Elephants here are not shy. They come real close to the cars, nursing their childs, just walking by, or playing with each other.Be sure not...
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Take care!

I know - they look super cute and I so much wanted to walk out of my car and hug them (or since they are so big, hugging would probably have been impossible... so maybe I just wanted to pet them!)....
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