The gracious main house of Gorah Elephant Camp, built in 1856, has been immaculately restored and period furnished, recalling the opulence and romance of the original safari era.
Eleven tented suites boast comfy king-size beds, his and hers vanities and spacious showers. Each suite has its own veranda to watch Elephants and Buffalo wander by. Facilities include a ceiling fan, en-suite bathroom with shower, king size bed, hairdryer, slippers and in-room safe.
Gorah Elephant Camp offers eco-friendly accommodation in Addo Elephant National Park and is powered by solar, gas and generated power. Personalised, warm and unobtrusive service with meticulous attention to detail, are the hallmarks of Hunter’s properties, which are owned and managed by the Hunter family.
Gorah Elephant Camp has two main dining rooms and dinner is by candlelight or some meals are taken around the fire in the open-air boma or on verandas overlooking the waterhole. Mouthwatering sides are complemented by estate wines. Two cosy lounges have original fireplaces for cold winter nights and there is a library featuring reference books on the area and its wildlife. Sun lovers can always find a sunny spot by the rock pool or on various sun decks and patios.
This accommodation in Addo Elephant National Park offers the thrill of close up elephant encounters - arguably the best in South Africa - and the chance of seeing black rhino, herds of Cape buffalo, numerous antelope species and a wealth of bird life.