A spectacular wilderness that emulates the spirit of Africa

The thrill of quietly watching a herd of elephants stroll by, while sipping tea on the veranda of a stately colonial manor house is the unforgettable stuff of dreams. This exclusive safari lodge recaptures the romantic mystique of authentic safaris from centuries past.

Experience the breathtaking natural world of Africa merged with colonial nostalgia and modern sophistication to deliver an unforgettably unique 5-star adventure. Gorah is the only private concession and Camp situated in the middle of the famous Addo Elephant National Park, home to the densest population of elephants on earth. The park is malaria-free and has the Big 5.

11 stylish tented suites entice you to stay sheltered under thatched canopies with private decks, the magnificent en suite tents are spacious and luxurious, recalling the golden era of safari in the early 1900s. Each is enhanced with the fine comforts and excellence associated with Hunter Hotels.

Comprehensive services and creature comforts for a luxurious stay to suit your needs, Gorah offer all the services you’d expect from a 5 star property and much more, we pride ourselves in ensuring all our guests have the perfect getaway.

To ensure that guests never want for any comforts during their stay, the 11 tented suites are superbly equipped with all the modern necessities required for a 5 star experience. Hairdryer, personal in-room safe, bathrobes, slippers, bespoke body products, umbrellas, complimentary sherry in the room. Please remember that Gorah does not run off electricity but solar, gas and generator power.

What should I bring for my stay?

What to Bring

Remember to bring a camera, binoculars, bird and wildlife reference books, a hat and sunscreen lotion. Also remember to bring along medicines such as anti-histamine and lotion for insect stings and bites.

What to Wear

Cool clothing for summer, as well as your bathing suit and comfortable walking shoes. Warm clothing for winter as the temperature can drop considerably, with the wind chill factor especially prevalent on game drives. We recommend you also bring a warm jacket, gloves, beanie and scarf to ensure you keep warm.

How's the weather

During the summer months from September to April the weather is warm to hot with wonderful balmy evenings. Temperatures can fluctuate from 25ºC – 35ºC in the daytime and there is a chance of rain. The winter is chilly at night and early in the mornings but the daytime temperatures can be pleasantly warm. Every now and then a cold front does pass over the lodge at which time daytime temperatures can be slightly cooler.