Addo National Park: Guided Half-Day Safari

4.6 / 5

21 reviews

Activity provider: Crisscross Adventures

Addo National Park: Guided Half-Day Safari

Activity provider: Crisscross Adventures

From US$ 69.34 per person

Explore the best that Addo Elephant National Park has to offer on a 4-hour excursion through Addo Main Camp. Benefit from well-trained and experienced guides who will share their local knowledge and stories with you.

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Duration 4 hours
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Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible
Small group
Limited to 10 participants


  • Explore the northern sections of the Addo National Park Big 5 Game viewing area
  • Learn about the park's history and local culture from local trained guides
  • Enjoy included drinks and snacks on the tour
  • Opt to include pickup and drop-off in Addo village
Full description
Experience a half-day guided Addo Elephant National Park safari and have the best chance of seeing all the park has to offer. Not only do the guides have trained eyes for spotting and identifying wildlife but they have expert knowledge regarding vegetation and local history, culture, and stories too. During the tour, you'll be taken to the highlighted areas of the northern section of Addo National Park Main Camp. Your guide will help you capture your Addo memories from up close and at the right angles, and they are always on the lookout for the perfect shot. Tours are conducted in custom-designed Toyota Land Cruiser Safari Vehicles, which are spacious, comfortable touring vehicles featuring high ground clearance and large retractable windows.
  • Drinks and snacks
  • Return transfers from Addo village accommodation in the pickup zone (if option selected)
  • Entrance fees and conservation fees (R380 rand per person)
  • Gratuities

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Meeting point

Meet at the local partner's headquarters (Crisscross Adventures) in Addo village.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • Cash

Know before you go

  • Entrance or conservation fees are not included. It is advised to bring cash along in order to pay your entrance fees. Total fees are R380.00 per person
  • This is an all-weather tour
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.6 /5

based on 21 reviews

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Nice safari, we were a family of 8, including 2 kids, one of which is under 8 years old. So we went with a closed safari bus. Unfortunately it was 43 degrees on this day, so it was very hot. Unfortunately we only had 1 day here, otherwise it is advisable to choose a less hot day. There was no air conditioning in the safari bus. The guide was very nice and brought drinks and snacks. Saw about 100 elephants, very impressive. Also a turtle, monkey, buffaloes, pumbas, zebras. Fun facts that the guide managed to report. Good organization too. Recommended!

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January 4, 2023

We booked a safari through the Addo Elephant Park in South Africa. The implementation was carried out by the local organizer Crisscross Adventures. Booking, payment and processing were reliable. We had a friendly and informative guide by our side who made an effort to show us as many animals as possible. Info to getyourgide: Payments in Addo Parc have only been possible by credit card since September 2021.

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October 23, 2022

Wir sind zu zweit mit Donald (Guide) in den Addo gefahren und haben trotz der Nachmittagstour (heißer, daher weniger Aussicht auf Erfolg) viele Eindrücke sammeln können (u.a. Elefanten aus 3m Nähe). Die Big 5 in einer 4h Tour alle zu sehen, mag zwar möglich sein, ist aber sehr unwahrscheinlich. Wir haben noch andere Touren gemacht, weswegen uns das weniger gestört hat. Wer „nur“ den Addo macht, sollte sich vllt. eine Ganztagestour oder ggf. sogar mehrere Tage aussuchen. Es lohnt sich auf jedenfall.

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March 12, 2023


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