Rhino Post Safari Lodge

Situated at the southern end of 12,000 hectare private concession within the central region of the Kruger National Park, is the “base” lodge for walking trails offered by Isibindi Africa, Rhino Post Safari Lodge. Set on the banks of the Mutlumuvi riverbed under shady Tamboti trees, the lodge has waterhole views and a relaxed ambience. The shady main camp has a dining area, lounge with a wine cellar, fireplace and bar, viewing deck and swimming pool and a waterhole. With low environmental impact at the core of the camp the walkways are raised and battery power is used for lighting.

    Luxury Bush Suite

    Constructing a camp to offer Kruger Park accommodation, in a wilderness area has many challenges. The nature of a wilderness area is that there are no permanent structures. Each luxury suite has a spacious bedroom and lounge. Guests can enjoy the scenic views of the riverbed from the bathroom, outdoor shower and the decked patio. The whole camp is raised on stilts. It was a lengthy process undertaking such a sensitive development to create this luxury Kruger Park accommodation set-up. Numerous specialist studies had to be completed before work could be started on the site, to create what is now your Kruger Park lodging.

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        Sumptuous meals are served in the dining area, which is set under magnificent Tamboti trees at the safari camp in Kruger National Park. The lounge at Rhino's Post Safari Camp in Kruger National Park, with its extensive wine cellar, cosy fireplace and bar, is the perfect spot for a sundowner.


          Activities available from Rhino Post Safari Lodge include twice daily game drives in the morning and afternoon within the 12,000 hectare concession and the Kruger National Park (no off-road driving).

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