addo archaeology digs

Home/Tag: addo archaeology digs

Kudu Ridge has been showing off this week…

2017-02-28T12:51:46+02:00September 18th, 2016|

Kudu Ridge has been showing off this week! Not only have the Aloes been a spectacular sight, but with the little rain we have had the animals are also looking healthy and happy. Last night we had a stunning view of the moon over the lodge. All in all, not a bad week here! Book [...]

Addo Archaeology Excavations

2015-03-09T20:49:46+02:00June 19th, 2012|

Matt Lotter, a University of the Witwatersrand Archaeology PhD student, is currently staying at the Kudu Ridge Game Ranch. He has found several archaeological sites, in both the Addo and Kirkwood regions, where he is excavating for stone tools. His sites of interest date back to between 1.4 million to 650 thousand years ago, falling [...]

Addo Archaeology

2015-03-11T09:01:57+02:00May 29th, 2012|

Kudu Ridge Game Ranch is located near to the town of Addo, within the picturesque valley of the Sundays River. Although Addo is most commonly frequented for its rich array of fauna and flora, unbeknown to most is that the entire Sundays River Valley is extremely unique in both its formation and appearance. For millions [...]

Addo Archaeology Dig

2015-03-09T20:48:10+02:00May 3rd, 2012|

Kudu Ridge Game Lodge have an archaeologist, Matt Lotter who is doing his PhD staying at the lodge. He has various excavation sites in the Addo and Kirkwood area and has found Kudu Ridge Game ranch to be rich in stone age artifacts from his period of interest. The Acheulian era which is early stone [...]