Summertide Diary: Elephant Processions at Addo

One of the most wonderful experiences one could hope to have in the Addo Elephant National Park is to sit at a waterhole while a herd of elephants arrive, often passing so close to your vehicle that it will take your breath away.

21 thoughts on “Summertide Diary: Elephant Processions at Addo

  1. naturebackin

    You have really captured the majesty of those elephant processions. I thoroughly enjoyed your series and photos recording your visit to Addo. Sorry I am really behind in my blog reading, but its nice to be able to review each day of your visit in one sitting!

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      It was amazing, and something you really must come experience for yourself if you ever get the chance. You’ll be interested to know that elephants’ feet are cushioned and when they’re just walking casually their steps does not make any more noticeable a noise than a human’s do!

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