Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park

During 1991 Janet and Rob Cuthbertson purchased a rundown pineapple farm, which today has been rehabilitated into a beautiful and flourishing wildlife reserve.

Our years of effort have at times been exciting, rewarding and often the challenge has been daunting, but the knowledge that we are giving something back to nature is our most worthwhile reward”. ~ Janet and Rob Cuthbertson

© Aloe tree at Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park

© Aloe tree at Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park

Environmental Rehabilitation

Read about the rehabilitation of Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park, from an old pineapple farm.

Maputaland, KwaZulu Natal (South Africa)

See the map of Maputaland and where Suni-Ridge is situated.

Stay at Leopard Walk Lodge

Leopard Walk Lodge is our means of earning a living.

By staying at our lodge, you enable us to continue doing our charity work, as well as donating to Suni-Ridge (013-525 NPO) because we use a percentage of the proceeds to help fund these projects.

You can find out more about the wild animals, accommodation and cultural activities available during your stay at our lodge.

Suni & Red Data Wildlife

Our rare namesake, the Suni antelope, is found on our reserve, as well as other red data species (read more).

What can visitors expect?

Guests are able to overnight in one of the exclusive, cosy cottages of Leopard Walk Lodge, situated in the Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park.

What can visitors expect? Guests can overnight at Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park in one of the exclusive, cosy cottages of Leopard Walk Lodge


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