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Kuzuko Lodge Veggie Garden

Our veggie garden at Kuzuko Lodge! Here we have our staff’s children and Kuzuko Foundation representative, Freddie, harvesting the produce. Well done everyone! For more information about our Kuzuko Foundation projects and how you or your organization can make an impact email foundation@kuzuko.com or...
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Rhino Art Event with Kingsley Holgate

Our Kuzuko Foundation Representative, Freddie, at our latest Rhino Art event with Kingsley Holgate. Kingsley Holgate is a South African explorer, humanitarian and author. A fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, he has been described by Getaway Magazine as “the most travelled man in...
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African Conservation Experience at Kuzuko Lodge

To watch the video click here. I was recently fortunate enough to receive an invite to visit Kuzuko Lodge situated in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Kuzuko is not only a unbelievably stunning Big 5 safari lodge, it is also the home...
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Mother’s Day Special Offer

Mom sleeps for free and receives a thirty minute wellness treatment for free when you book for any two nights in May 2019! 
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Cheetah Release For Metapopulation Legacy

The original article was published by tourismtattler.com and can be found here. Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 14 March 2019 – The release of a captive-born female cheetah named Jasmin onto Kuzuko Lodge, part of the Legacy Hotels & Resorts Group, at the end of August 2018,...
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Kuzuko’s New Arrival

This article was originally published by Legacy Hotels, and can be found here. Kuzuko Lodge has an exciting new addition to the family! Read on to find out more about the newest Kudu. My guests and I embarked on a chilly and drizzling morning...
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SA wonder plant removes more CO2 than Amazon

The original article was published by Getaway and can be found here. Spekboom, also known as pork bush or elephant’s food, is our own indigenous wonder plant. Besides being edible (and high in Vitamin C), the medium-sized shrub found predominantly in the Eastern Cape...
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