The Addo Elephant is a National Park in South Africa in the provinces of Eastern Cape. The park was established on 01.01.1931 and covers an area of 1.8 km². The Addo Elephant is a Big Five reserve and offers the possibility of self-drive safaris.
The Addo area stretches from the Karoo Desert in the north, over the Zuurberg Mountains in the south, to the coast. The national park is located 70 kilometres north-east of Port Elizabeth in the Sunday Valley, making it ideal for elephant lovers and South African tourists travelling along the Garden Route. It is also well suited for safari beginners and wildlife viewing with your own rental car. Addo belongs to the state organisation SAN Parks and is the third largest national park in South Africa.