The Bedrogfontein trail between the Kabouga and Darlington areas of the park provides breath-taking views and is rich in history. This route was the scene of fierce battles between the British and Afrikaner troops during the Anglo-Boer war. Rock art paintings are found scattered throughout the area.
Keep an eye out for Elephant, Black Rhino, Hippo, Kudu, Eland, Red Hartebeest, Zebra, Klipspringer and Warthog amongst the many other species of animals and birds, that roam freely in a natural habitat in the third largest National Park in South Africa
Spend the day exploring Addo Elephant National Park Kabouga Section with one of our expert local guides!
The route travels through a variety of vegetation types, from riverine thicket to Afromontane Forest, to fynbos on the peaks and into the arid Nama-Karoo of the Darlington area.
Pickup, Drop-off & Transfers from Port Elizabeth, Colchester, Greater Addo Area
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Addo Elephant National Park - Kabouga Section
Lunch - Traditional South African Braai in the heart of Addo Elephant National Park
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