Also known as the “Place of Glory”, Kuzuko Lodge situated in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa is a malaria free Private Game Reserve situated in the greater Addo Elephant National Park area, with the vision to combine conservation, job creation and social transformation.
Sculpted like a crown on the hills, architecture blends curve and angle in perfect harmony.
Find a place on earth where time is extravagantly rearranged as you arrive to finally sink into the luxury of lavish relaxation, recuperation and restoration.
Kuzuko Lodge is set high upon a hill which overlooks the Big 5 Reserve below. The breathtaking views from your private veranda are complemented by luxurious chalets and warm, attentive service.
Guests can savour 5-star authentic Karoo Cuisine at the deck bar and restaurant. The spacious family lounge offers wifi and space to spend quality time or simply snuggle up in front of the fire place. Guests can also visit our Curio shop for memorabilia of their Kuzuko experience.
Kuzuko boasts state of the art conference facilities for up to 48 delegates. In addition, the lodge is fully wheelchair accessible.
Kuzuko Lodge rests high upon a hill overlooking the Kaboega plains and Winterberg Mountains. Our twenty-four chalets offer guests an awe-inspiring view of the big five reserve and plains of the Great Karoo.
This 33m² chalet consists of an open plan bedroom area made up in either twin beds (sgl) or a king-size bed, dressing table and lounge. A separate bathroom consists of a bath situated under large windows allowing you to enjoy the view or stars during bath time, a basin with big mirror, walk-in shower and private toilet.
Each chalet boasts a rustic private deck which offers spectacular views of the malaria-free Big 5 reserve below.
Each chalet boasts with a private child-friendly deck offering spectacular views of the malaria-free Big 5 reserve below.
This 33m² chalet consists of an open plan bedroom area made up in either twin beds (sgl) or a king-size bed and dressing table and lounge. The couch in the lounge area folds open into a comfortable double-bed size sleeper. Suitable for up to two children under the age of twelve.
A separate bathroom consists of a bath situated under large windows allowing you to enjoy the view or the stars during bath time, a basin with big mirror, walk-in shower and private toilet.
This 40m² open plan chalet consists of a lounge area featuring a sleeper couch flowing into the bedroom made up in either twin beds (sgl) or a king-size bed.
A bath situated under large windows allows you to enjoy the view or the stars during bath time. A private shower and toilet area have been specially fitted for accessibility.
The Kuzuko Farmhouse is situated in our non-big 5 educational reserve.
Looking for a secluded off the grid place to take the family? The Kuzuko Farmhouse is surrounded by mountains with breath-taking views down the valley. The Four en-suite rooms can sleep from four couples to twelve guests, depending on the requested room configuration. There are several off-the-grid camp sites along the riverine available on request as well.
South African cuisine is as diverse as its population. From slow-cooked potjiekos to tender venison cuts flavoured with homegrown herbs, our chefs are guaranteed to tantilize your taste buds. Every dish offers a unique Karoo flavour, and is complimented by a carefully paired wine and impeccable service. We cater in detail for all dietary requirements.
Game drives take place early morning and late afternoon. Our experienced guides are sure to track and point out the many species of game that roam the Kuzuko reserve. During our night drive nocturnal animals are out and about, and guests get to experience a unique side of the wild. Day visitors’ game drive times may vary.
At Kuzuko we believe that preserving cultural heritage is just as important as preserving our natural surroundings. As such, we are proud to provide guided walks where visitors can view Khoisan rock paintings that are approximately 400 years old. These ancient rock paintings are situated outside the main reserve on a 1500 acre Educational Reserve.
This walk is intended to provide guests with the freedom to explore the unique landscape and its natural fauna and flora with a ranger in an area where there are no Big 5 animals. Giraffes may be encountered. All ages welcome.