Rhino Post Camp is a 16-bed lodge, set on the banks of the Mutlumuvi Riverbed, in a 12,000 ha private wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park. This unique wilderness area offers ecotourists the ideal place for encounters with the Big Five and allows visitors to track elephant and rhino from the comfort of open safari vehicles. The nature of a wilderness area is that there are no permanent structures, so Rhino Post Camp was built using natural materials of stone, wood, thatch and canvas to create an authentic bush ambience. Each luxury suite is exquisitely decorated and includes bedroom and lounge with impressive views of the riverbed from the bathroom, outdoor shower and decked patio.
At a Glance
- Accommodation - 16 bed lodgeEach luxury suite is exquisitely decorated and includes bedroom and lounge 2 game drives per day Swimming pool
- Extensive wine cellar
Rhino Safaris offers private use of 12 000 hectares of immaculate bushveld in the only official wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park. In the region of 10 km North East (as the hornbill flies) of Skukuza Rest Camp, the concession has a 15 km border with Mala Mala in the Sabi Sands Reserve with the game moving without restraint between the 2 reserves. The concession is an environmentally responsive area, presenting a great assortment of both fauna and flora and ideally placed for walking safaris in an officially declared Big Five wilderness area.
Luxury safaris are the most rewarding way to discover and experience the secrets of the bush, true wilderness and wildlife. This area is renowned for its diversity of fauna and flora. With no more than 8 guests on each vehicle, accompanied by Guides, you can experience the African bush in complete safety. These Guides meet the stringent requirements of the South African National Parks and senior guides hold the highest Guiding Qualification possible in South Africa. After an preliminary brief on the 'do's & don'ts' of bush safaris. In the summer months, departures are usually prior to breakfast and again in the late afternoon to avoid the midday heat. In winter a sumptuous breakfast is the normal prelude to the morning safari.