Nestled in the picturesque Addo hills in a malaria free area overlooking the world renowned Addo Elephant National Park, Kudu Ridge Game Ranch is renowned for its abundance of Kudu and Bushbuck antelope, Impala, Duiker, Cape Grysbok, Steenbok, Guinea Fowl, Dassies and Porcupines as well as numerous bird and plant species.
Kudu Ridge Game Ranch is owned and run by a family who are passionate about the farm and it`s enviroment.
Kudu Ridge offers a fully serviced, air-conditioned conference room 12 x 6 meters, equipped with a sound system, CD / DVD player, white board, big screen, flip chart with pens and a VHS video recorder/player and television can be supplied upon request, at no extra cost.
The conference centre has a suggested capacity of 25 people in a `U` shape seating arrangement and 40 people in cinema style.
At Kudu Ridge Game Ranch:
We use an open game viewing 4x4 vehicle, as well as a 4x4 LDV, for game drives
Guests are also welcome to go for walks and hikes at their own leisure.
The lapa boasts a fire pit, bar, pool room with pool table, table tennis table and dart board.
Greater Addo Area:
Various activities such as 4x4 routes, nature walks and hikes, mountain biking, elephant and horseback rides, fishing, canoeing, bird watching, bush drives and hunting.
The greatest attraction remains the Addo National Elephant Park, a mere 15 km's from Kudu Ridge, where guests can spend the day game viewing and dining in a relaxed and world class park (Guided tours are available by prior arrangement).
The valley boasts a couple of great pubs and restaurants for the more relaxed, who simply wants to chill out and do the 'pub cruise' option.
For total relaxation, guests can make use of a nearby health spa offering a full spread of related services including couples, corporate, bridal or individual tailored packages.
Take the N2 from Port Elizabeth out to Grahamstown and turn off onto the R335 to Addo at the 'Markman Turn-Off'.
Following the R335 to Addo, looking out for the board marked 'Addo National Elephant Park 20km'.
The road descends into a kloof, twisting to the right past a small gravel road, where Kudu Ridge's game fence starts on the left, approximately 500 meters past the board. You will recognise the fence with its A4 size white metal boards every 15 to 20 meters, as well as a six-strand electric fence on its inside.
Continue through the kloof, passing under the Eskom Power Lines to where you will find the main entrance to the farm immediately on your left, slightly hidden right behind a little road cutting.
The gate is motorised and operated by solar power.You will be given a code on the day of arrival to give you access.