Take a walk on the wild side. Explore a concession in the southern Kruger National Park on foot...
Rhino Post Safari Lodge
Rhino Post Safari Lodge main deck
Rhino Post Safari Lodge
An authentic, unfenced safari lodge in South Africa’s iconic Kruger National Park, Rhino Post Safari Lodge provides an exclusive opportunity to get close to nature on nature’s terms.
Rhino Post offers the best of both worlds, with the enormity and diversity of the Kruger and the exclusivity of an eight suite lodge on a private concession in a game-rich area.Explore the beauty of Africa as it should be
Situated on a 12000-hectare concession in the south-western section of the Kruger National Park, Rhino Post Safari Lodge offers an unforgettable African safari experience. The private concession borders Mala Mala and Sabi Sands Private Game Reserves and allows the unrestricted passage for a variety of animals and wildlife to wander through, creating moments of wonder for all our guests.Become one with nature
Rhino Post Safari Lodge offers the ultimate safari experience combining diverse wildlife with authentic African hospitality. From the warm welcome you receive upon arrival, to our comfortable chalets, hearty home style cuisine and highly experienced ranger, every guest departs with unforgettable memories and the imprint of Africa in their soul.
The lodge overlooks the perennially dry Mutlumuvi riverbed. With wooden decks built around a forest of riverine trees, shade is plentiful. Raised wooden walkways link eight thatched suites each offering their own outdoor shower and private deck. The lodge is designed with vast areas of open space, large glass doors and windows helping to bring the outside in. Wherever you are – at the pool, the bar, in the lounge, taking a bath or shower, or just relaxing in your room, we endeavour to make you feel as if you are always at one with nature.
Game drives are the predominant activity at Rhino Post Safari Lodge, you are afterall in the Kruger National Park. However, guests are offered additional activities which include chilling at the swimming pool or on the bar deck watching for animals coming to drink at the waterhole.
Kruger National Park
Over and above the much-publicised ‘Big 5’ (leopard, lion, elephant, rhino and buffalo) an impressive 147 mammal species inhabit this remarkable reserve which is a greater variety of species than in any other park in Africa. In addition, it boasts 517 bird species (including migratory birds), 49 fish, 34 amphibian, 114 reptile and over 2000 plant species (including 336 tree species and the Big Five of trees: Baobab, Fever-Tree, Knobthorn, Marula, and Mopane). All this in a conservation area that is roughly the size of Israel.
Before the Kruger Park was declared a national reserve in 1884 by President Paul Kruger, the game had been almost completely wiped out by hunters. Since then it has grown under the careful curatorship of South African National Parks (SANParks) into a world-renowned safari destination with a network of 1 800kms of well-maintained roads and more than 290 000 large animals, attracting more than 1 million visitors per year. Today the fascinating and varied Kruger Park wildlife includes everything from aardvark to zebra as well as intriguing unrelated species such as baboons and baboon spiders.
Eight suites each with a Private Deck and outdoor shower overlooking the Mutlumuvi Riverbed
Rhino Post Safari Lodge can accommodate a maximum if 18 guets. Each suite accommodates two persons, with four of the suites allowing either a super king or twin beds configuration, and four with twin bed configurations. The open-plan suite has an en-suite bathroom with a freestanding bath and outdoor shower. Triples – The bush suites can accommodate one ‘rollaway bed’ for one additional child under the age of 16, provided that the maximum number of guests in the lodge does not exceed 18.
Each suite features en-suite bathroom with twin hand basins, separate bath, toilet and an outside shower. Other facilities in each room include: a personal mini bar (filled upon request), tea/coffee making station, hairdryers, in-room safe, Mosquito Nets, laundry (at an extra cost),electric blankets, bathrobes, slippersand a telephone.
The thatched, canvas and wood suites on stilts overlooking a dry river bed, Rhino Post Safari Lodge is the perfect destination for those who wish to experience the Kruger Park in style, without diminishing the wilderness ambience.
The fire pit will be ready to enjoy a drink on your retun from the game drive
Curio shop A range of local and other African curios and crafts are available for purchase in our curio shop. Where possible, we source products locally to help support and develop our communities.
The lounge bar and viewing deck are sizable enough to be both social and cosy and at the same time, large enough that guests are able to enjoy some quiet-time and solitude.
Take a dip in the Swimming pool the secluded pool area and overlooks a waterhole and offers an opportunity for a refreshing break
Enjoying the lodge
Rhino Post offers a truly authentic safari experience in the Kruger National Park.
A day at Rhino Post Safari Lodge
Game drives are planned for mornings and evenings as this is the time when the animals are most active. The game drives last for about three hours and include a coffee stop for the morning drive and a sun-downer stop in the evening.Rhino Post Safari Lodge generally adjusts safari times accordingly to the seasons in order to maximise game-viewing opportunities and ensure that guests enjoy a comfortable experience.
We suggest that guests arrive in time for lunch on their day of arrival not to miss out on any game drives during their stay.
Making a difference
Andlane Beauty World. At the time of meeting with Elizabeth Andlane, who had started a small community project, Andlane Beauty World, they were producing floor polish and cleaning materials and their recorded monthly income was R65; they were running at a major loss. Rhino Post Safari Lodge was not able to purchase the cleaning materials as we use strictly environmentally friendly products but suggested that they add environmentally friendly guest soaps to their range of products and together with the management of Jock Safari Lodge taught them to make soaps, with Rhino Walking Safaris providing equipment, ingredients and basic bookkeeping training. This quickly increased their turnover and put them in a position to service their bank loans and provide Rhino Post Safari Lodge and other lodges with their lovely handmade Rooibos Tea and Honey glycerine soaps.
Transport Projects: As a contribution to the local community in and around the Kruger National Park, we assisted a local in setting up his own taxi business. Originally contracted to transport our staff we assisted in paying off the vehicle he was using and after we had it serviced we gifted it to him, together with R10 000 to assist in setting up his own business outside of the Kruger Park. We currently support additional local community members by paying them to transport our staff to work and back.
Magazines for Schools. All the latest magazines which we subscribe to for our guests’ pleasure are bundled up regularly and handed out to the staff who have children at school in the local communities so that they can be used as teaching resources.
Guest enjoying the sundowner stop during the afternoon game drive at Rhino Post
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