addo game lodge

/Tag:addo game lodge

Addo Adventure Activity: Horseback Safaris

2017-10-20T10:52:11+00:00 October 20th, 2017|

On your next visit to Kudu Ridge Game Lodge enquire about the nearby horseback safaris, another amazing Addo adventure activity available to guests at Kudu Ridge Game Lodge. Kudu Ridge is situated 15 minutes drive from the Big 5 Addo Elephant National Park [link] which makes it the ideal location to explore and enjoy all the [...]

Addo Elephant National Park: Proof Of Identification & Gate Access

2017-05-09T11:53:36+00:00 May 8th, 2017|

Visitors planning to visit Addo Elephant National Park during their stay at Kudu Ridge Game Lodge [link] need to show photo identification. This announcement was made by Addo Elephant National Park management: “With immediate effect all guests entering into AENP (Addo Elephant National Park) will have to provide proof of identity. Guests entering on [...]

Guests Experiences at our Addo Game Lodge

2017-05-04T11:08:44+00:00 May 4th, 2017|

The first thing that strikes one on arriving at the Kudu Ridge Addo Game Lodge entrance is the raw beauty of the place. We were so captivated by the natural bush and beautiful aloes that we almost missed the zebra gazing peacefully near the gate. Sundays River View from Kudu Ridge Game [...]

Drone Video: Kudu Ridge Game Lodge

2017-04-25T12:38:53+00:00 April 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

2017-04-25T10:20:12+00:00 March 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+00:00 March 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 [...]

2016 Memories: Kudu Ridge Game Lodge Guest Photos

2017-02-28T11:45:53+00:00 January 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 [...]

Kudu Ridge has been showing off this week…

2017-02-28T12:51:46+00:00 September 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 [...]

Sandboarding at Sunday’s River Valley

2016-10-22T23:23:03+00:00 August 12th, 2016|

The Addo area offers a host of different activities to enjoy with your family and friends. Sandboarding at Sunday's River is a definite favourite activity of past guests, and is less then 50km's away from Kudu Ridge. Book now to use Kudu Ridge as your base, whilst you explore the region and everything it has [...]

Addo Animal Facts: The Lion

2017-02-28T12:54:39+00:00 August 5th, 2016|

Lions are known for their majestic appearance and behaviour. They possess both beauty and strength. Lions vary in colour but typically sport light yellow-brown coats. Mature male lions are unique among big cats due the thick brown or black manes that encircle their necks and protect them while fighting. Lions consume a wide variety of [...]