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Overview

Location: South Africa-->Kruger National Park-->Kruger Park Private Concessions
Accommodation Type: Lodge

Good For: Couple/Romantic, Family, Solo |

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

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.

Wildlife

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.

Extra Info

Children
• Rhino Post Safari Lodge accommodates children of all ages.
• Children from 0-18 years only are charged child rates, Children of 19 years & over travelling with parents are charged adult rates.
• Rhino Post Safari Lodge - can accommodate 1 additional child (under 16 years) per room on a stretcher bed for a maximum of 2 rooms.

Directions

BY AIR:

• SA Express from Johannesburg to Hoedspruit

• SA Airlink from Cape Town to Hoedspruit

• SA Airlink from Johannesburg to Hoedspruit

• Private Charters available to private airstrip, lodge will do transfer

 

BY ROAD:

• From Johannesburg

• Take the N12 / N4 highway to Nelspruit

• From Nelspruit, take the R40 through White River and onto Hazyview

• At Hazyview turn right onto the R536 towards Paul Kruger Gate, Kruger National Park

• Once through the gate, drive straight for approximately 12km. You will reach a 4-way crossing. Proceed straight across for another 2km until you reach a T-junction

• Turn left at this junction and continue for approximately one kilometre until you reach another 4-way crossing, turn right

• You will cross a low water bridge (over Sabi River), approximately 4km later you will cross the Sand River

• Keep heading straight, past the dirt road on the left signposted Maroela Loop, 6km further, you will pass another dirt road, also signposted 'Maroela Loop'

• Approximately one kilometre after the second dirt road you will see a dirt road on the left signposted 'Rhino Walking Safaris'

• Take this turning and proceed for 2.5km, the road will then turn sharply left, after which you will travel another 2.7km, leading you directly to Rhino Post Safari Lodge

 

Please note: you will need to pay a gate entrance fee of R160 per vehicle and R40 per person. The entrance fee can only be confirmed at the time of making your reservation (Prices subject to change)

 

GPS: -24.872593 (latitude) 31.674000 (longitude)
 

Reviews


Food Great, Drinks very well prices, accommodation, fantastic, People exceptional. One of my guests from Canada stated that it was the best trip of his life. says it all. Best value Kruger Park can offer ito Private Lodges.

Jacobus de Wet

We had an awesome time. plenty to eat and lots of rest as well. we had Australian friends with and they too had a wonderful time, we got to see the big 5 and more in the time we where there.

Ana Sequeira

Excellent place, had a great time and Joey was a fantastic guide. No hesitation in recommending others to enjoy the friendliness of all the staff and the beautiful surroundings. Hoping to visit again 2015.

Susan Major

Our stay at Rhino Post was very enjoyable. The weather was unfortunately very bad, but our ranger still managed to keep us entertained! The staff are friendly and attentive and the location is fantastic. However, we did feel that in terms of value for money, other similar lodges offered a lot more. But overall, we really enjoyed our stay!

Chris Quayle

This experience was fantastic! The facilities, the food and especially the guide for game viewing was exceptional. This will always stand out as one of the best, especially since it was for our honeymoon... Thank you for a fantastic time!

Gys

Me and my boyfriend went to Kruger Park and stayed at Rhino Post Safari Lodge for a night. The facility was very authentic and comfortable, the food was amazing. And the staff was extremely nice and helpful. We enjoyed game drives very much and were able to see 4 out of Big 5 in only two game drives. I would totally recommend it to anyone who wants to go to Kruger Park!

Begum

Very nice location with a special caring service. Nice drives.

andrea veneziani

Have just spent 1 blissful night at Rhino Post and 2 even more blissful nights at Plains camp with my partner ,Louise. The setting, accommodation, game viewing and general experience is difficult to describe- we left with the feeling that we had shared in something special. Most important for me was that it is clear that the entire operation is based on sound environmental principles and that everything possible is done to ensure that the animals and their habitat are protected. The walks with Benjamin and Amos were very special and we both learnt so much from these 2 wonderful men. The attitude of the staff, without exception, was friendly and helpful. Louise complimented Precious (who looked after us at Plains camp) at dinner on the last night that she never stopped smiling. Precious's response was that she did not have to pay to smile and it was a pleasure to look after us! The springbok shank we had on the last night was superb. All in all, an unforgettable experience, never to be forgotten. Thank you, Gerrit and Nikki and all your wonderful staff. We will be back. Gavin and Louise.

Gavin

We stayed over at Rhino Post for one night in August 2012 and really enjoyed our stay. The staff go out of their way to make you feel welcome and comfortable, and the tented accommodation is very good and well appointed. On a slight negative note, while the food is good and adequate, it's not great. The two game drives were good, where we saw the Big 5 on our evening drive. Being on a private part of Kruger Park (concession), it's very quiet, which is fantastic - the lack of cell phone reception was an absolute blessing. The watering hole opposite the lodge bar/deck is good, where a herd of elephants coming through was a pleasure to see.

Tony Pretorius

The location is superb, our suite overlooked the mutlumuvi dry river bed. The colours and textures used in the room compliment the surrounds, its a very peaceful place. The staff took care of our every need, and the game drives were exciting. We will definitely return.

Clive McMahon

Location: South Africa-->Kruger National Park-->Kruger Park Private Concessions
Accommodation Type: Lodge

Good For: Couple/Romantic, Family, Solo |

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.

Children
• Rhino Post Safari Lodge accommodates children of all ages.
• Children from 0-18 years only are charged child rates, Children of 19 years & over travelling with parents are charged adult rates.
• Rhino Post Safari Lodge - can accommodate 1 additional child (under 16 years) per room on a stretcher bed for a maximum of 2 rooms.

BY AIR:

• SA Express from Johannesburg to Hoedspruit

• SA Airlink from Cape Town to Hoedspruit

• SA Airlink from Johannesburg to Hoedspruit

• Private Charters available to private airstrip, lodge will do transfer

 

BY ROAD:

• From Johannesburg

• Take the N12 / N4 highway to Nelspruit

• From Nelspruit, take the R40 through White River and onto Hazyview

• At Hazyview turn right onto the R536 towards Paul Kruger Gate, Kruger National Park

• Once through the gate, drive straight for approximately 12km. You will reach a 4-way crossing. Proceed straight across for another 2km until you reach a T-junction

• Turn left at this junction and continue for approximately one kilometre until you reach another 4-way crossing, turn right

• You will cross a low water bridge (over Sabi River), approximately 4km later you will cross the Sand River

• Keep heading straight, past the dirt road on the left signposted Maroela Loop, 6km further, you will pass another dirt road, also signposted 'Maroela Loop'

• Approximately one kilometre after the second dirt road you will see a dirt road on the left signposted 'Rhino Walking Safaris'

• Take this turning and proceed for 2.5km, the road will then turn sharply left, after which you will travel another 2.7km, leading you directly to Rhino Post Safari Lodge

 

Please note: you will need to pay a gate entrance fee of R160 per vehicle and R40 per person. The entrance fee can only be confirmed at the time of making your reservation (Prices subject to change)

 

GPS: -24.872593 (latitude) 31.674000 (longitude)
 

Food Great, Drinks very well prices, accommodation, fantastic, People exceptional. One of my guests from Canada stated that it was the best trip of his life. says it all. Best value Kruger Park can offer ito Private Lodges.

Jacobus de Wet

We had an awesome time. plenty to eat and lots of rest as well. we had Australian friends with and they too had a wonderful time, we got to see the big 5 and more in the time we where there.

Ana Sequeira

Excellent place, had a great time and Joey was a fantastic guide. No hesitation in recommending others to enjoy the friendliness of all the staff and the beautiful surroundings. Hoping to visit again 2015.

Susan Major

Our stay at Rhino Post was very enjoyable. The weather was unfortunately very bad, but our ranger still managed to keep us entertained! The staff are friendly and attentive and the location is fantastic. However, we did feel that in terms of value for money, other similar lodges offered a lot more. But overall, we really enjoyed our stay!

Chris Quayle

This experience was fantastic! The facilities, the food and especially the guide for game viewing was exceptional. This will always stand out as one of the best, especially since it was for our honeymoon... Thank you for a fantastic time!

Gys

Me and my boyfriend went to Kruger Park and stayed at Rhino Post Safari Lodge for a night. The facility was very authentic and comfortable, the food was amazing. And the staff was extremely nice and helpful. We enjoyed game drives very much and were able to see 4 out of Big 5 in only two game drives. I would totally recommend it to anyone who wants to go to Kruger Park!

Begum

Very nice location with a special caring service. Nice drives.

andrea veneziani

Have just spent 1 blissful night at Rhino Post and 2 even more blissful nights at Plains camp with my partner ,Louise. The setting, accommodation, game viewing and general experience is difficult to describe- we left with the feeling that we had shared in something special. Most important for me was that it is clear that the entire operation is based on sound environmental principles and that everything possible is done to ensure that the animals and their habitat are protected. The walks with Benjamin and Amos were very special and we both learnt so much from these 2 wonderful men. The attitude of the staff, without exception, was friendly and helpful. Louise complimented Precious (who looked after us at Plains camp) at dinner on the last night that she never stopped smiling. Precious's response was that she did not have to pay to smile and it was a pleasure to look after us! The springbok shank we had on the last night was superb. All in all, an unforgettable experience, never to be forgotten. Thank you, Gerrit and Nikki and all your wonderful staff. We will be back. Gavin and Louise.

Gavin

We stayed over at Rhino Post for one night in August 2012 and really enjoyed our stay. The staff go out of their way to make you feel welcome and comfortable, and the tented accommodation is very good and well appointed. On a slight negative note, while the food is good and adequate, it's not great. The two game drives were good, where we saw the Big 5 on our evening drive. Being on a private part of Kruger Park (concession), it's very quiet, which is fantastic - the lack of cell phone reception was an absolute blessing. The watering hole opposite the lodge bar/deck is good, where a herd of elephants coming through was a pleasure to see.

Tony Pretorius

The location is superb, our suite overlooked the mutlumuvi dry river bed. The colours and textures used in the room compliment the surrounds, its a very peaceful place. The staff took care of our every need, and the game drives were exciting. We will definitely return.

Clive McMahon

Accommodation options

Bush Suite

DatesPPSSingleUnit Sleep
01 Sep 2016 — 30 Apr 2017R 4,470R 5,8112 people
01 May 2017 — 31 Jul 2017R 4,290R 5,5772 people
01 Aug 2017 — 30 Apr 2018R 5,140R 6,6822 people
From R 4,290

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Inclusions:  
The above rates are fully inclusive of accommodation, meals, teas & coffees and safari activities, excludes all drinks except on evening game drive. Each guest is entitled to 1 of the following on an evening game drive, glass of wine, local beer, cider or soft drink

Sleepouts: are available from Rhino Post as an extra activity and are at no extra cost for a group of 4 people or more - prior arrangement required and subject to availability. For 3 people or less a charge will be levied for the activity.

Early Bird 2017 Special - Up to 24% OFF

DatesPPSSingleUnit Sleep
01 May 2017 — 30 Jun 2017R 3,220R 4,1832 people
From R 3,220

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Price includes: Accommodation in a Bush Suite, meals, teas & coffees and safari activities, excludes all drinks except on evening game drive. Each guest is entitled to 1 of the following on an evening game drive, glass of wine, local beer, cider or soft drink
Terms & Conditions: 4 Night minimum & maximum stay, Valid for stays from 01 May 2017 - 30 June 2017, Valid for bookings immediately

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