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- Table Mountain National Park
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Narina Bush Camp
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How to get there
Directions from Addo Main Camp
Turn left out of the Park and travel towards the town of Addo on the R335.
After about 1km, turn right onto the Zuurberg Pass (continuation of R335) which becomes a gravel road. Turn left at the first road, signposted Narina Bush Camp.
Follow the road, then take the right fork, signposted “Narina Bush Camp”. Follow the gravel road, eventually crossing a small bridge and take the left fork.
Proceed through several gates until you see the turn off to Narina Bush Camp on your right. Here there is a small parking lot where you can leave your vehicle and walk across the bridge and through the forest for about 500m to reach the bush camp.
Directions from Port Elizabeth (PE)
Take the N2 highway towards Grahamstown. Take the turnoff to the left signposted “Motherwell” and “Addo Elephant National Park”. Turn left at the top of the off-ramp and proceed through Motherwell. Follow this road until you see the entrance to the park on the right. Distance PE to park - about 72km.
Office & Gate Hours
Main Camp Reception is open from 07:00 to 19:00 daily. Guests need to check in at main camp reception before proceeding to Narina Bush Camp.
Main gate: Open 07:00 Close: 19:00
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Did You Know?
- Addo incorporates the largest coastal dune field in the southern hemisphere