I’ve been in the tourism industry for 16 years and first started out working as a tourist guide back in 1998. Back then I used to go to Addo Elephant National Park sometimes as often as 5 or 6 times a week and people used to ask if I didn’t get tired of going there. I did get tired of the drive to and from the park but I would never get tired of the park itself. It quickly became one of my favorite places to take tourists and I enjoyed ever new day as much as the one before, getting as excited as my guests when we encountered elephants or other game. These days I don’t get to visit the park anywhere close to what I would like to, but when I do I make the most of it. I often think people who have never been to Addo don’t realise how special the park really is and those comparing it to Kruger does it a great injustice. No it’s not Kruger but it offers magnificent sightings, amongst it the best wild African elephant sightings in the world. Tourist guides like my friend Craig Duffield of Mosiac Tourism calls Addo his office. I often wish I still did.
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