The Kruger National Park is widely recognised as one of the largest game reserves on the African continent – measuring in at 18,989 square kilometers, it boasts nine gates, and an exhaustive ecosystem. The reserve itself is available (and popular for) self driving, and is well loved the world over as a place of adventure.
The Mutlumuvi river flows quickly and quietly past the stilted outlines of Rhino Post Safari Lodge’s sublime riverside encampment. This lodge incorporates both the style and comfort of contemporary luxury accommodation, with the romance and mystery of the best private wilderness retreat, creating a perfect setting for your luxury getaway into the depths of the Kruger.
Accommodation at Rhino Post has been built to impose a minimum impact on the surrounding environment, cresting the tops of hefty stilts. Luxury suites are finished with living rooms, spectacular views of the nearby riverbed, outdoor shower facilities, and affixed decks.
Kruger Park plays host to a vast, free roaming array of impressive mammals, including Burchell’s zebra, African buffalo, impala, lion, black and white rhino, cheetah, leopard, elephant, and hippopotamus, as well as various reptiles and water creatures, and five hundred and seventeen distinct bird species.
- Cellphone Reception
- Game Drives
- Swimming Pool
- Child Friendly
- Walking safaris
- Game drives
Rhino Post Safari Lodge accommodates children of all ages.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge is located in a high risk Malaria area, and guests are urged to consult with their GP or chemist regarding proper medication before booking accommodation here.
- Inclusions and Exclusions
Included in Rhino Post Safari Lodge’s rate are three meals per day, tea and coffee making facilities, and safari activities.
Not included are bar expenses, and National Park fees.