Hitgeheim Country Lodge & Eco-Reserve are peaceful and tranquil surroundings of Sundays River Valley combined with the stylishly decorated chalets at the Hitgeheim Country Lodge invite guests to unwind and relax in harmony with nature.
The offer comfortable extra-length beds have romantic mosquito nets as well as spacious and exclusive bathrooms. These rooms also have outdoor showers and private wooden decks from where guests may admire the scenic views, make for an unforgettable stay.
Guests staying here have the unique opportunity to explore this unique Eco-reserve on foot or relax in the tranquil environment with it's vibrant and colourful bird life. Fine dining by candlelight with excellent wines from the lodge's wine cellar makes dining at the Lodge a beautiful affair.
The spacious and individually decorated thatched chalets are complete with private wooden decks offer guests magnificent views of the Valley and the Sundays River.
Hitgeheim Country Lodge, Addo has deservedly earned a reputation for delicious cuisine. Breakfast is served on the terrace or in the elegant dining room which offers fresh fruits, dried fruit, cereals and muesli, muffins, jams and fresh fruit juices complemented by a traditional warm breakfast.
A six-course dinner menu is presented in the evenings while light lunches are available on request and served in the shade of one of the many verandas.
Exciting guided safari drives through the nearby Addo Elephant National Park are available for guests staying here. Up close encounters with Africa's untamed wildlife makes for unforgettable moments while the professional guides share their knowledge about the African bushveld with their guests. In the mornings, guests are treated to a special picnic while watching the behaviour of the Addo Elephants.
The Lodge also arranges thrilling Elephant Back Safaris, a visit to the Cheetah Breeding Sanctuary, to the Schotia Private Game Reserve and a full day safari at the close-by Amakhala Private Game Reserve.
Additionally, travellers can also enjoy a guided canoe trail on the Sundays River and simply take a stroll through the natural surroundings to experience the indigenous antelope species from a close distance.