Rhino Post Safari Lodge
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Rhino Post Safari Lodge offers professionally guided morning & evening safari drives conducted in specially adapted open Land Cruisers. Driving is done on both private gravel roads within the concession and on Kruger National Park roads.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge is situated at the southern end of our 12,000 hectare private wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park. The concession shares a 15km unfenced boundary with the famous Mala Mala and Sabi Sand reserve with an abundance of wildlife moving freely between the two reserves. The concession is noted as an excellent game viewing area with encounters with the Big Five where good sightings of wild animals can be expected.
The nature of a wilderness area is that there are no permanent structures, so Rhino Post Safari Lodge was built using natural materials of stone, wood, thatch and canvas to create an authentic bush ambience. Each luxury suite is stylishly decorated and includes a spacious bedroom with impressive views of the riverbed from the bathroom, outdoor shower and patio deck.
Stilts raise the spaciously appointed suites from the riverbank, allowing guests to view the Mutlumuvi riverbed with ease from the bedroom, bathroom and private viewing deck. The suites are set in an open plan style with wooden floors, thatched roofs, canvas walls and a ceiling fan.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge offers professionally guided morning & evening safari drives conducted in specially adapted open Land Cruisers. Driving is done on both private gravel roads within the concession and on Kruger National Park roads. To preserve our 12,000 hectare wilderness concession, no off-roading is practised. In addition, we have use of some of the Kruger National Park public roads at night. SANparks has allowed us the exclusive advantage of being able to utilise 170km of Park roads after gate closing time – when all other park visitors have to be back in camp.
The Kruger National Park covers almost 2 million hectares of beautiful, unspoilt terrain and boasts the world’s greatest concentration and diversity of species. An impressive 147 mammal species inhabit this remarkable reserve. In addition it boasts 517 bird species, 49 fish, 34 amphibian, 114 reptile and 336 tree species.
Scattered through the Park are ancient archaeological sites and bushman paintings, and there are numerous activities on offer.
Before the Kruger Park was declared a national reserve in 1884 by President Paul Kruger, the game had almost been completely wiped out by hunters. Today the fascinating and varied Kruger Park wildlife includes everything from Aardvark to Zebra and includes intriguing unrelated species such as baboons and baboon spiders.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge