Rhino Post Safari Lodge
Private Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park
12,000ha Private Concession
Kruger National Park, Limpopo,
Named after a wooden post rubbed smooth and glossy by a rhinoceros, Rhino Post Safari Lodge is a collection of 8 suites overlooking the usually dry Mutlumuvi riverbed – deep within the Kruger National Park. Rhino Post takes eco-consciousness seriously, so all the suites are semi-permanent structures made using stone, wood and other non-invasive materials. If an authentic African safari adventure is what you’re after, Rhino Post Safari Lodge certainly won’t disappoint!
The exclusivity of the sixteen-bed lodge and outstanding service compliments the unforgettable Kruger Park safari experience offered by Rhino Post. The comfort of the lodge is matched only by the chef-prepared brunches, high teas and dinners served daily. The full-service bar and swimming pool overlook a busy waterhole frequented by Kruger’s many animals, and each suite offers a private viewing deck, outdoor shower and top quality linen.
Rhino Post offers morning and evening safaris through their 12,000 hectare Kruger National Park concession. Rhino Post has exclusive use of some tarred Kruger Park roads at night, which means you won’t find a night-time Kruger safari experience like theirs anywhere else!
Special SADC Last Minute Rate
per person sharing per night, must book within 7 days of travelling.
Special SADC Rate
per person sharing per night. Valid until 30 April 2022 (excl. July - Sept. 2021 when rate is R4,700).
per person sharing per night
Meals (brunch, high tea & dinner)
Teas & coffees
2 safari activities per day.
Each guest will receive a complimentary glass of wine, local beer, cider or soft drink on the late afternoon/evening game drive.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge is not just a beautiful and contemporary designed lodge built from canvas, wood and glass – but it blends into the natural surrounds of the Kruger Park without the distraction of sculpted gardens and fences. The ambiance is relaxed and friendly, allowing you to enjoy, indulge, and experience what brings so many people to South Africa and calls so many people back as you encounter the wildlife, the people, the Big Five and wide-open skies of the Kruger.