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Addo Elephant National Park
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Addo Elephant National Park Honorary Rangers Annual Golf Day
The Honorary Rangers of the Addo Elephant National Park (AENP) are once again organising their Annual Golf Day. This year it will be held on Friday the 11 August at the Humewood Golf Club.
It promises to be an exciting day due not only to the fact that the Humewood golf course is being prepared for the SA National Championships at the end of the year, but because of the magnificent prizes of luxury accomodation and game drives at, Gorah Elephant Camp, River Bend Lodge and Nguni River Lodge, within the Addo Elephant National Park.
Bushman Sands at Alicedale have also donated a night’s accomodation and 2 rounds of golf. The value of all these prizes and others makes it one of the most prestigious golf days in the Eastern Cape.
A venison spitbraai will be served at the prize-giving, in line with the “Wild” theme of the day.
There are still some places in the field to enter a 4 ball at R750. Tees and greens are also available for sponsorship. As always, donations of prizes are very welcome.
For further information please contact Nicky Bosman at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0823364471.
All funds raised will be used for the further improvement of facilities and conservation support work at the Addo Elephant National Park, a major tourist attraction in the Eastern Cape.
The AENP now covers 164000 hectares, stretching from the karoo near Somerset East and across the Zuurberg Mountains, to the coast between Sundays River and Bushmans River Mouth. The Park offers visitors the chance to see the Big Seven in their natural enviroment, with a wide range of accommodation and activities on offer.