13/128 Chapter
Caption goes here
  • lodge
  • boma
  • pool
  • rooms

Gorah Elephant Camp

Lodge 8.0 Rating
Price 745 745 745 661 661 498 498 498 498 602 602 602 673 USD
Jan 8.0
Feb 7.5
Mar 7.0
Apr 7.5
May 7.5
Jun 7.0
Jul 7.0
Aug 7.5
Sep 8.0
Oct 8.0
Nov 8.0
Dec 8.0
Rotate phone to view
14
full screen images
Gorah Elephant Camp
is located in the Addo area of the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

Addo National Park is the third largest wildlife reserve in the country, unusually encompassing mountain, savanna and coastal dune habitats. The area is renowned for elephants and represents one of the lowest cost ways to combine safari with Cape Town.

Situated in a private concession area in the heart of the main wildlife viewing area of the reserve, Gorah Elephant Camp is a high quality facility which manages to deliver a reasonable quality of safari experience.

The lodge is centred on a beautiful restored farmhouse, with comfortable lounge and dining areas, leading out to a lovely veranda, outside dining boma and swimming pool.

Guest accommodation is in eleven large safari tents under thatch, with private indoor bathrooms.

Activities are centred on daytime vehicle safari, largely in private parts of the reserve, with a wide range of wildlife present, including elephants, rhinos, lions, leopards and buffaloes.

The main potential downsides at Gorah Elephant Camp are the high prices, the room design is out of kilter with the main farmstead, the less wild feel of the reserve, relatively low predator sightings, the presence of self-drive vehicles and considerable traffic issues in the public access areas.


Prices
Your Trip
Get in touch now and we will get right back to you
with a set of individually tailor-made sample trips
From there it should be easy
to fine tune to your perfect african adventure
Trip Search
All the trips we have ever built are here for you to browse
Select a location or experience and a price range to get started
All the trips we have ever built
are here for you to browse
Select a location or experience
and a price range to get started
Tony Fishlock
Tony Fishlock, Finance Director
All of our safari experts have
extensive first hand experience of
living and travelling in Africa,
we really do know the place
inside out.