Addo Wildlife Centre and Eco Tour
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Last Updated: February 2020

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  • Longitude: 25.691871643066
  • Latitude: -33.523615461538
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Business Hours

  • Open 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 17:00.

About Addo Wildlife Centre and Eco Tour

Addo Wildlife Centre

We have an amazing selection of animals at the wildlife centre ranging from crocodiles to parrots from around the world. Children are welcome to handle our tame rabbit’s and feed the chickens.

Open 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 17:00.

Animals include:

Snakes: Red-tailed Boa Constrictor, Carpet Python, Corn Rat Snake Hybrid, Grey Rat Snake, Honduran Milk Snake, Snow Corn, Black Albino Rat Snake, Corn Snake , California, King Snake, Yellow Anaconda’s

Reptiles: African Fat Tailed Gecko’s, Rock Monitor Lizard, Nile Crocodiles

Parrots: Cape Parrot, Lovebirds, African Grey, Galah’s, Brown Headed, Senegal, Ruppel’s, Meyer’s, Eclectus

Macaws: Scarlet, Greenwing , Military, Red Fronted, Blue and Gold

Raptors: Cape Eagle Owl, Spotted Eagle Owl, Barn Owl, Bengal Eagle Owl, Rock Kestrel, Verreaux’s Eagle, Lanner Falcon, Steppe Buzard, Yellow Billed Kite, Pale Chanting Goshawk

Cats: African Wild Cat, Caracal

Antelopes: Blue Duiker

Monkeys: Marmosets

Squirrels: Red Bush Squirrel, Gouldian Finches, Suricate

Touch Farm: Turkeys, Chickens, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Dwarf Goats, Ducks, Geese, Black Swans


Addo Wildlife Eco Tour

This lovely four and a half hour guided tour on an open game view vehicle departs from the Addo Wildlife to our nature reserve situated on the banks of Sundays River.  It includes an informative drive through some citrus orchards, interesting facts regarding the varieties of fruit and whereto it is exported to.

Once on our nature reserve our guides will tell you about the unique Eastern Cape plants and trees, search for antelope species like the Blue  Wildebeest, Red hartebeest, Springbuck,  Zebra, Impala, Waterbuck, Nyala and Kudu’s to name a few. We stop and show the very uncommon Elephant foot plant after which you can enjoy a relaxing optional walk through the African bush to the river. End the walk with a nice jump of our deck into the Sundays River. A scrumptious meal and refreshments awaits you back at the Restaurant.

Map and Directions to Addo Wildlife Centre and Eco Tour

Directions from Port Elizabeth:

Take the N2 highway towards Grahamstown.

Take te Motherwell/Addo turnoff to the left.

Follow the Addo R335 to Addo.

2km outside Addo on the Addo R335 Main Road.

45 minutes (56km) from Port Elizabeth International Airport.

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