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Drone Video: Kudu Ridge Game Lodge

2018-04-19T13:59:11+02:00April 25th, 2017|

We received this drone video of Kudu Ridge Game Lodge from a guest Olli Zimstern Schmidt. Olli is from Lubeck in Germany. He stayed with us in October 2015 but recently sent us the link to his drone video. Olli Schmidt's Experience of Kudu Ridge Game Lodge Olli visited South Africa for the first [...]

Addo Elephant Park Conservation

2018-04-19T13:58:48+02:00March 21st, 2017|

The Addo region stretches from the Indian Ocean to the Zuurberg Mountains and includes the beautiful Sundays River Valley. The region includes the Addo Elephant National Park and a number of private game reserves, such as Kudu Ridge Game Reserve, who actively conserve of the diverse ecology and wildlife. Conservation and Addo Elephant National Park [...]

Travel Routes to Kudu Ridge Game Lodge

2017-03-09T20:51:38+02:00March 7th, 2017|

We have included the fastest and most direct routes to Kudu Ridge Game Lodge from Port Elizabeth airport, Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. Travel Route from Port Elizabeth Airport to Kudu Ridge Game Lodge This route is approx. 52 kilometers (32 miles) and will take approximately 45 minutes to drive. From the Port Elizabeth airport [...]

Addo Antelope Facts: Kudu

2017-02-27T13:07:19+02:00February 26th, 2017|

Kudu are one of the many antelope found at Kudu Ridge Game Lodge and in the nearby Addo Elephant National Park.           We have a number of kudu on our private game reserve and encourage guests to walk or drive the reserve to spot these beautiful creatures. Kudu Facts: Kudu usually reach 4 [...]

What Guests Say About Our Addo Accommodation

2017-02-28T11:29:10+02:00February 13th, 2017|

The Greater Addo is an untamed and beautiful region that stretches along the east coast of South Africa. The area features expanses of white sand beaches, malaria-free game reserves, ancient forests, rolling hills, sub-tropical bush and inland deserts. The Addo region has become more enticing to visitors over the years with many top attractions and [...]

2016 Memories: Kudu Ridge Game Lodge Guest Photos

2018-04-19T13:58:47+02:00January 13th, 2017|

We welcome all guests like family at Kudu Ridge Game Lodge and provide a home-from-home experience in a warm and relaxing atmosphere. We encourage guests to rejuvenate and enjoy the tranquility of our private Addo game lodge and to explore the Addo region with its many activities. In the evenings when we gather around our [...]

Addo Animal Facts: Elephants

2017-02-28T12:32:51+02:00January 6th, 2017|

Kudu Ridge Game Lodge is located a short 20-minute drive to one of the largest national parks in South Africa, the Addo Elephant National Park This park offers visitors an excellent malaria-free Big 5 safari experience in a convenient location close to Port Elizabeth and Cape Town.           Addo Elephant National [...]

Video: Sundays River Valley and Greater Addo Area

2017-05-17T09:12:22+02:00December 16th, 2016|

Kudu Ridge Game Lodge is located in the scenic Greater Addo region in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. Greater Addo includes the areas around Colchester and the Sundays River mouth through Addo, Paterson, Kenton-on-Sea, Sunland and Kirkwood. Safari experiences are definitely the top visitor attractions in our area. The Big 5 Addo Elephant [...]

Addo Activity: Double Zip Line

2017-02-28T12:35:49+02:00December 8th, 2016|

We invite guests to enjoy the variety of fun activities on offer in our Addo and Sundays River Valley region when staying with us at Kudu Ridge Game Lode. The first things people think of when they hear the name Addo is elephants. These are the top attraction for most visitors to our area, but [...]

Addo Insect Facts: Dung Beetle

2017-02-28T12:43:02+02:00November 22nd, 2016|

The flightless dung beetle is a species endemic to very few areas of South Africa. We are blessed to have them here at Kudu Ridge Game Lodge and the greater Addo region including Addo Elephant National Park. This extraordinary creature was initially widespread throughout Southern Africa but its existence has become more and more vulnerable [...]