Greater Addo National Park
The 145 000 hectare Greater Addo National Park surrounds the hotel where a range of spectacular horse-riding and hiking trails can be experienced from beginners to the more advanced.
Mountain zebra, eland, kudu, bushbuck, duiker, red hartebeest and other endemic game of the area can be encountered as well as prolific birdlife - the Forest Weaver and Knysna Loerie to name a few. Rhino can be viewed at Darlington Dam after a rugged 4x4 trail.
From indigenous riverine forests to mountain fynbos the Greater Addo Park, including the Zuurberg Mountains, protects some of the last remaining vegetation of the region.
Amakhala Game Reserve
Amakhala Game Reserve is located 90 minutes from the Hotel. Day visitors are offered a big-five game experience. The program is an afternoon/evening program including a game drive through the reserve, a river cruise on the bushman's river with cheese and wine and a 3 course Boma dinner
Elephant Back Safaris
Elephant Back Safaris is located 30 minutes from the Hotel. Enjoy an elephant ride and guided walk as you follow the elephants as they behave in their natural habitat. You might even see these Gentle Giants swim as you go past the watering hole.
Horse riding trails
Horse riding trails are offered in the Zuurberg section of the Addo Park only 500 meters from the Hotel. Enjoy a 1 hour, 3 hour or 5 hour trail; both beginners and experienced riders are both welcome.
The Wilderness Trail
The Wilderness Trail is a full day 4x4 trail through the remote areas of the Addo Park. This trail offers spectacular "untouched" scenery as you go through 5 biomes. A must for someone that enjoys awesome views and has a keen sense for 4x4 adventures.
Schotia Safaris is approximately 1 hour from the Hotel and offers a great experience, which includes 2 game drives in open game viewers on the reserve and a tasty Boma dinner. If lion sightings are on the top of your list, then Schotia Safaris is a must.
Zuurberg's Guided Walking Trails
Zuurbergs Guided walking trails are done by qualified guides and usually last for two hours followed by refreshments. During the walk you are likely to see an assortment of antelope, zebra and wildebeests.
From Port Elizabeth:
Take the N2 towards Grahamstown. Whem you will see the exit for the R335 (Motherwell / Markman) on your left hand side, please turn left and continue with this road.
You will come to the small town called ADDO. Please continue with the road.
Go across a railway crossing and travel a further 10 km till you see our turnoff on your left hand.
You will turn left onto a gravel road and travel a further 16 km till you reach the hotel. (If you go past the entrance to the Addo Elephant National Park, then please turn back)