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Overview
SSet in the Zuurberg Mountains, Addo Elephant Lodge, located just a short distance from Port Elizabeth, borders the Greater Addo Elephant National Park. This exclusive malaria-free conservancy offers the ultimate getaway opportunity to both local and international travellers from families, groups and sports fans to nature lovers, honeymooners and local residents alike.A mere 20 minute flight or 1 hour 20 minute road transfer from Port Elizabeth and only 1 hour’s flying time from Plettenberg Bay,The added convenience of our 1 200 m airstrip makes it possible for guests to fly in with family, friends or colleagues directly to the Lodge, ensuring more time there than getting there ! The tented eco-Lodge is perfectly designed to blend discreetly into its surrounding valley bushveld environment; the remarkably spacious, sophisticated suites - some nestled in the Yellowwood forest and others set on a hillside offering extraordinary views - are elevated on wooden decks each with outdoor spa bath. Luxuriously decorated to evoke Hemingway’s Africa of yesteryear, this is an oasis of calm affording quiet reflection against the tranquil backdrop of the African bush where giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and eland browse and graze at your doorstep. All meals of the day can be enjoyed at our open-sided restaurant which incorporates a bar area and open-air boma, all overlooking the elephants’ much loved waterhole. 

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