Gorah Elephant Camp is located on a private concession within the Addo Elephant National Park. The Addo, originally set up to preserve the few remaining Eastern Cape elephants, has now grown into a huge park, currently 164,000 hectares with plans to expand to 360,000 hectares. As a National Park, only indigenous species are allowed to be reintroduced, so you will see no impala here as they were never originally in the Eastern Cape: neither were white rhino, so any rhino you see will be black rhino. Gorah consists of eleven tented suites, but any comparisons with camping holidays in the UK should be forgotten. The suites are huge and luxuriously appointed with period fittings: it is a true Out of Africa experience. Meals are taken in the historic Main House, where the verandah looks out over a busy water hole. Gorah offers the most unusual and interesting safari accommodation and destination in the Eastern Cape, a real treat for heritage lovers.