Sunset Cruise - Addo Elephant National Park
- About 3 hours
Experience a unique river cruising or river safari on The Sundays River Ferry cruiser boat and enjoy the exceptional natural scenery and beauty of one of the top rated estuaries in South Africa.
The boat carries up to 30 passengers is stable and safe for a comfortable cruise easy access with sturdy handrails for the elderly wheelchair friendly - both access and seating fresh water toilet facilities on board seating layout can be customised legally registered and fully insured Safety equipment and life jackets for all on board No Smoking on board while cruising
Good to know
- All trips are weather dependent
- We need a minimum of 7 people to confirm this cruise
- Please make contact with Activity Provider 24 hours before your Cruise takes place
- Boat trip
- Comfortable clothes
- Wind breaker
- Comfortable shoes
Takes you down the Sunday's River. The enthusiastic crew is highly knowledgeable about the prolific flora and fauna. Especially the birdlife is spectacular. A highlight will be the climb up and slide down of the high sand dunes with sweeping views over the river mouth. Do book a sled beforehand for an exhilarating slide down on the fine sand.
Fantastic way to spend a morning exploring the Sundays River and the dunefields. We saw numerous rock monitors lying in the sun, lots of bird life and beautiful scenery. Les was very knowledgeable and made it very interesting for us. Thank you Les and your crew for an awesome morning.
Great way to kick start your morning, especially if you have loads of activities planned for the day:). The staff really go out of their way to make sure you are happy.
Strict Cancellation Policy
The guest can cancel free of charge until 7 days before arrival. The guest will be charged the total price if they cancel in the 7 days before arrival.
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