Hidden within the cavernous bushveld of the Sunday River region of the Eastern Cape lies the Addo Elephant National Park. It is here where the evening's silence is broken by the howl of the black-backed jackal and the francolins' call heralds each new dawn. With uninterrupted views of the Karoo Plains and the Zuurberg Mountains, Kuzuko Lodge lies in a private concession to the north of the Addo Elephant National Park, the third largest national park in South Africa in a malaria-free region.
Here, the evenings are punctuated by the strident howl of the black-backed jackal, and the call of the francolin heralds each new dawn. Safe from relentless persecution of elephants in the past, these grey leviathans of the bush now roam in peace. The original elephant section of the park was proclaimed in 1931, when only 11 elephants remained in the area. Today this finely tuned ecosystem is a sanctuary to over 450 elephants, Cape buffalo, black rhino, a variety of antelope species, as well as the unique flightless dung beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo.
With nature surrounding you, enjoy all that we have to offer you and your family. Children will enjoy the special activities in store for them while you enjoy the spa, pool or simply relaxing on the deck of your private chalet.Kuzuko Lodge has conference facilities for up to 30 delegates as well as a private wine cellar which can be used as a break away room or for intimate dinners.
All of our 24 private chalets, three of which are wheelchair accessible, are beautifully furnished and fully equipped to ensure your absolute comfort. Relax on your own private patio, star gazing and listening to the sound of the bush settling for the night. Enjoy getting back to nature without giving up any of your comforts.