Addo’s Diversity

Addo Elephant National Park must be one of South Africa’s most diverse wild places, a fact really brought home as the plane flew over the Park on our way back to Johannesburg. What follows is just a selection of photos taken on a 24-hour working visit to Addo last week!

(I’ve shared pictures of Addo’s elephants and lions in seperate posts)

 

Addo Elephant National Park, managed by South African National Parks, is located in South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province, within easy reach of the city of Port Elizabeth’s modern airport along the recently upgraded N2 highway.

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17 thoughts on “Addo’s Diversity

  1. perdebytjie

    Sjoe,daar is darem ‘n groot verskeidenheid.Pragtige foto’s,veral die swartkopwielewaal en die twee modderige vlakvarkies!Dankie Dries,my voete jeuk nou om soontoe te gaan.

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  2. travel460

    Dis ñ skande dat ek en manlief nog nie hier was nie! Met dié dat die Kruger Wildtuin net 4 ure van ons af is, is dit maar ons ‘ander’ huis. Tog, Addo het ñ heel ander bekoring, as ek so deur jou oë kyk.

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Addo is baie besonders in eie reg, en julle kan regtig met n geruste hart daar n draai maak. Daar is so baie om te sien en ervaar wat uniek is aan hierdie park – vir een die rustige olifante wat mens toelaat om baie nader te kom as wat n Kruger olifant jou ooit gaan duld!

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  3. loisajay

    Such great photos. I really like the mud bath and the rodent. That baby elephant looks so cute and the zebra looks magnificent. I stopped trying to select my favorite photo mid-way through the gallery–they are all wonderful.

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