Gorah Elephant Camp
When it opened in December 2000, Gorah Elephant Camp was the first private concession in a national park in South Africa. This luxurious camp in Addo Elephant Park in the Eastern Cape offers high standards of accommodation and service. Due to its location directly at a waterhole, even Gorah’s veranda is excellent for watching herds of elephants, which pass by or come for a drink.
Our view of Gorah Elephant Camp
Even to a casual visitor, Gorah is clearly a good lodge run to high standards. At its heart, its central manor house is very historic, like a small stately home in the middle of the national park. Some will find this history intimidating; others will love it! Gorah’s tents are large, luxurious and about as formal as you can make a tent feel – but somehow they still feel incongruous next to the manor. If you can get over that, then it’s a lovely place to stay.
Gorah Elephant Camp: Traveller ratings
Gorah Elephant Camp is located in a private concession in South Africa's Addo Park.