Gorah Elephant Camp

Location: Eastern Cape | South Africa

Price guide: £££££ £350-£500 per person per night

An exclusive tented safari lodge, Gorah Elephant Camp is located on a 5,000 hectare private concession deep in the Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape. With long sweeping views over the plains, nearby waterholes, indigenous fauna and a Victorian colonial style heart, Gorah epitomises the traditional safari experience. 
Perfect forElephant lovers and malari-free safaris.
In the knowThough tents came with crystal decanters of sherry, try the delicious Amarula-infused hot chocolate for the perfect nightcap- warming you from the inside out after an evening game drive.

Recommended for...

  • Guiding
  • Honeymoon
  • Malaria-free
  • Service & Hospitality

Hotel Overview

Where

Only an hour and a half drive from Port Elizabeth, nestled in the barren beauty of Addo’s Big Five park.

Rooms at Gorah Elephant Camp

Sheltered under thatched canopies and set on raised wooden porches, Gorah’s 11 tented suites are luxurious and spacious, recalling the golden era of safari in the early 1900s and recapturing the romantic mystique. Each tent has its own private teak deck overlooking the savannah plains, en suite facilities, cow-skin footrests, king size beds with 300 count cotton linen and comfy chairs.

Food and facilities

Guest facilities are in the historic and beautifully set Gorah Manor House. Indoor dining is a culinary occasion with candle-lit corners, whilst outdoor dining is al fresco on the open veranda with views over the waterhole or under the African sky in the outdoor boma.

Activities at Gorah Elephant Camp

With two daily game drives, each around three hours long, you will have ample opportunity to spot elephant, buffalo, warthog, zebra, rhino, ostrich and lion. In between the safaris, you can laze by the pool with a delicious cocktail or keep an eye on the waterhole, often visited by large herds of elephant.

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