Our day started with a quick breakfast of cereal, toast and fruit before we headed out for a short game drive on our last morning at Mountain Zebra National Park. While out on our drive we saw many of the species we had viewed previously on other drives, but we had the opportunity to see Yellow Mongoose, Springbok very close to the bus, which made for some great photo opportunities. After returning to our cottages it was time to pack our bags to head out to Addo Elephant National Park. After a 4 hour drive plus a quick stop at Nanaga for lunch, we arrived at Addo. As we drove towards the main reception at Addo, Dr. Parker asked us to observe the difference in the vegetation in areas of the park where elephants had access to certain areas for only a short time versus areas where they had access for a longer period. There was a marked difference between the two areas, with regards to the height of the vegetation and the openness of the landscape. While driving in there were some chances to get some great photos of the elephants. After our drive into the park, we were checked in to our forest cabins and given a little while to relax before meeting for a braai (BBQ) at Dr. Parker’s chalet. On the menu was chicken and beef skewers, lamb chops, sausage and Kudu steak (for the adventurous type to try!), potato salad, vegetables and roasted corn plus a dessert of milk tart or cheesecake. After cleaning up from our braai it was time to retire to our beds for the night.