4 nights: 1 night East London, 1 night Grahamstown, 1 night Addo, 1 night Port Elizabeth.
Fly to East London and visit the city, including the museum, home to an example of the famous coelacanth, a “living fossil” thought to have been extinct, and to an egg of the Dodo, a now extinct bird which occurred on the nearby Indian Ocean Islands. Drive to the “Frontier Country” the historic heartland of the Eastern Cape, which embodies the spirit of the many and varied cultures who met here and made their mark - Khoi, Xhosa, Boer and British. Known as the City of Saints because of the number of Churches, it also has a well known University and is home to the Oldest Annual Arts Festival. (July). Continue through impressive scenery to Addo National Park, established to save the last of the elephants in this area. On your game drive you are likely to see a wide variety of animals, apart from elephants! The tour ends in Port Elizabeth, established after the arrival of the British Settlers in 1820. On the fifth day, transfer to the airport. (This tour could start in Port Elizabeth and end in East London.