From R4470 per person sharing *SeasonalCheck Availability & Book Online
Rhino Post Safari Lodge is set on the banks of the Mutlumuvi riverbed at the southern end of a 12,000 hectare private wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park. The concession shares a 15km unfenced boundary with the famous Mala Mala and Sabi Sand reserve and is noted as an excellent game viewing area with Big Five encounters.
Guests can relax at the Main Camp after a game drive, cool off in the revitalizing swimming pool, take in the views from their shaded patio and watch the abundant wildlife amble down to the waterhole. Sumptuous meals are served in the dining area beneath the magnificent Tamboti trees. The lounge with its extensive wine cellar, cosy fireplace and bar, is the perfect spot for a sundowner.
The Lodge is also the base from where guests can travel to Plains Camp for walking safaris and unique sleepouts under the stars.
ECO-FRIENDLY ACCOMMODATION SKUKUZA
Rhino Post Safari Lodge is an elegant 16 bed lodge built using natural materials of stone, wood, thatch and canvas to create an authentic bush ambiance. Each luxury suite is stylishly decorated and includes a spacious bedroom with impressive views of the riverbed from the bathroom, outdoor shower and patio deck.
The 8 well-appointed luxury Bush Suites include: Spacious Bedroom; Open plan bathroom with deep freestanding bath and outdoor shower; Expansive views and game viewing from deck; Mini bar; Air conditioning.
Rates are per person per day sharing including accommodation, meals, teas & coffees, 2 game drives daily.Check Availability & Book Online
THINGS TO DO
Safari Drives: morning & evening safari drives with highly experienced rangers in the heart of Big 5 territory. –
In-Room Massage: Indulge in an African inspired massage in the comfort of your Bush Suite. –
Swimming Pool: Cool off from the summer heat whilst watching animals quench their thirst at the waterhole. –
Viewing Deck: Excellent game viewing and photographic opportunities from the main deck. –
Wine Cellar: Enjoy a selection of South Africa’s finest wines from the wine cellar. –
Birding: February to April offers excellent birding with migrant birds in residence. –
Golfers outing to Skukuza Golf course: Kruger National Park`s unique 9-hole golf course (18 tees) near Skukuza Rest Camp.
GREEN ACTS FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN SOUTH AFRICA
♡ Local & Organic
♡ Responsible Body Products
♡ Sustainable Energy Acumen
♡ Water Wise practices
♡ Eco Architecture
♡ Community Upliftment
Rhino Post & Rhino Walking Safaris combine efforts with an array of partners to benefit the environment and the local communities.
In keeping with their motto “tread gently”; the lodge has been constructed in the most environmentally-friendly manner possible, utilising natural materials, have few permanent structures and minimising the use of concrete. They are sensitive to the environment and for this reason, the lodges apply numerous methods to further minimise their impact.
All waste is sorted; glass, metal and paper are recycled, and organic matter is composted.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge use low energy lighting with solar assisted power production.
They pump borehole water for both the guests and the waterhole in front of the bar. This water usage is strictly monitored, and kept to below 350 litres per person per day, including common areas and the waterhole.
The Lodge is conscientious about using cruelty-free, natural body products and environmentally-friendly cleaning products; and they predominantly use organic ingredients that have been sourced locally in the cuisine.
Extreme care is practiced at all times at Rhino Post to ensure that animals are not harassed or baited. All driving takes place on existing park roads and gravel roads.
Rhino Anti-Poaching Support: With the onslaught of rhino poaching within South Africa, Rhino Post Safari Lodge has supported many initiatives with raising funds for anti-poaching training, equipment as well as raising awareness globally of this terrible situation.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge is also involved in numerous community projects. It also forms part of Isibindi Africa Lodges, along with Rhino Walking Safaris; Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge; Isibindi Zulu Lodge; Kosi Forest Lodge and Thonga Beach Lodge. To date, Isibindi Africa Lodges has contributed to and initiated numerous upliftment projects. It has also developed numerous small ecotourist lodges in pristine areas of South Africa.