Rhino Post is a luxury safari lodge set in the 12 000 ha Mutlumuvi Concession Area within the Kruger National Park. This elegant 8-suite lodge was built using only natural materials such as wood, stone, thatch and canvas. It's the main accommodation base for Rhino Walking Safaris.

  • Luxury lodge situated within the boundaries of the Kruger National Park
  • Built using only natural materials to minimize environmental impact
  • Elevated suites have spacious bedrooms and a lounge with lovely views
  • En-suite bathrooms with a private outdoor shower
  • Swimming pool
  • 12 000 hectares of the private wilderness area
  • The top game viewing area
  • Opportunities for walking safaris, night drives and a unique sleep-out experience

Rhino Post Safari Lodge is just 20 minutes from Skukuza, the main rest camp, in the heart of the world-famous Kruger National Park. The concession shares a 15 km unfenced boundary with the Sabi Sand Game reserve and an abundance of wildlife moves freely between the two reserves. Set on the banks of the Mutlumuvi Riverbed, the lodge enjoys its own exclusive traversing area of 12 000 hectares, as well as the use of the Kruger Park's roads for game drives.

Low Impact, Environmentally-Friendly Luxury Lodge

The utmost care was taken to minimize the environmental impact of the lodge - no trees were cut down and no concrete was used in constructing the buildings. Stilts raise the spaciously-appointed suites above the riverbank, allowing sweeping views out across the Mutlumuvi Riverbed. Each luxury suite is laid out in an open-plan style with wooden floors, thatched roof, canvas walls and ceiling fans. The modern en-suite bathrooms have a deep free-standing bath, double vanities and separate toilet. There's also a private outdoor shower screened by thick reed poles and own private decked patio.

Good Food, Fine Wine and Great Game Viewing

Enjoy sumptuous meals in the camp's dining area, set under magnificent Tamboti trees. The lounge has an extensive wine cellar, bar and cosy fireplace. After a game drive, you can cool down in the swimming pool or relax on the shady patio and watch an abundant array of wildlife coming down to drink at the waterhole.

Part of Rhino Walking Safaris Group - choice of game viewing options

Rhino Post is one of three camps operated by Rhino Walking Safaris and is often used in conjunction with Plains Camp. Rhino Walking Safaris specialises in game walks and gives guests the opportunity to experience animals in their natural environment, in real-life close-up; always accompanied by an armed, experienced ranger. These operators also have exclusive use of some of the Kruger National Park's public roads for evening game drives. You'll be spoilt for choice with a combination of game viewing: from multi-day walks to game drives to primitive sleep-outs on raised wooden platforms in the wild.

Getting There

Rhino Post is easy to get to by road or by air. From Johannesburg, it's a 6-hour drive. Scheduled flights depart from OR Tambo International Airport daily to KMIA (Kruger Mpumalanga Airport) in Nelspruit - approx. 55 minutes. Direct flights are also available from Durban and Cape Town. We can arrange a road transfer from KMIA to Rhino Post, the journey takes approximately one hour. Charter flights are also possible to Skukuza camp from OR Tambo. We can help you arrange car hire if you'd prefer to self-drive.

Our Take on Rhino Post

Rhino Post Safari Lodge is the ideal choice if you would like to combine luxury with an authentic bush experience. We can highly recommend it for an active safari with a nice variation in game viewing activities.

  • Luxury accommodation
  • All meals, teas and coffees
  • Game drives
  • All drinks
  • Transport to the lodge
  • Kruger Park entrance fee
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