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Experience responsible, eco-conscious tourism, affordable accommodation, and staggering biodiversity, including the highly publicised big five. Enjoy our relaxed, friendly atmosphere, and let us show you Africa’s heartbeat.

 

Rhino Post Safari Lodge, situated 30km from Skukuza in the Kruger National Park borders the famous MalaMala Game Reserve. Twice daily, on road, game drives conducted on both the private concession and in the Kruger Park offer excellent game viewing.

 

Set on the banks of a riverbed this 16 bed lodge has 8 canvas, wood and thatch bush suites carefully positioned with impressive views of the riverbed from the bathroom, outdoor shower and patio deck.

 

On our doorstep, a mere 30 minute drive from Rhino Post, is Plains Camp, home of Rhino Walking Safaris, from where exclusive walking safaris are conducted. Guests are accommodated in elegant en-suite African Explorer Style tents. Morning guided safari walks last approximately 4 hours. Shorter afternoon walks are combined with evening game drives. An additional activity is a SleepOut experience in a tree house under the stars.

BIRDERS OVERVIEW

  • BIRD GUIDES

  • ACCESSIBLE WITH 2X4 SEDAN VEHICLE

  • SELF DRIVES

  • BIRD LISTS

  • FIELD GUIDE BOOKS

INFORMATION FOR BIRDERS

An authentic, un-fenced 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. You get the best of both worlds, from the enormity and diversity of the Kruger Park, to the exclusivity of an eight suite lodge on a private concession in a game-rich area.

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HABITATS

BIRD SPECIALS

African Finfoot, Bateleur, Broad-billed Roller, Crowned Hornbill, Thick-billed Cuckoo, Southern Ground Hornbill, Terrestrial Brownbul, White-headed Vulture, Lappet-faced Vulture, Bearded Scrub Robin, African Cuckoo-Hawk, Yellow-billed Oxpecker, Dusky Lark, African Goshawk

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