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Named after a wooden post rubbed smooth and glossy by a rhinoceros, Rhino Post Safari overlooks the usually dry Mutlumuvi riverbed – deep within the Kruger National Park. Not just a beautiful, a contemporary design built from canvas, wood and glass - it blends into the natural surrounds with no sculpted gardens or fences. The ambience is relaxed and friendly. Guests join their guides and management around the dinner table in the sociable atmosphere of the Kruger Camps, while enjoying the level of service and luxury expected from any upmarket game lodge.   If an authentic African safari adventure is what you’re after, Rhino Post Safari Lodge certainly won’t disappoint!

The exclusivity of a sixteen bed lodge, and outstanding service combines beautifully with the full Kruger Park experience.  We take eco-consciousness seriously at Rhino Post, so our suites are semi-permanent structures made using stone, wood and other non-invasive materials. 

Double rooms
Suites are set in an open plan style with wooden floors, thatched roofs, canvas walls and overhead fans. Each ensuite bathroom includes a deep, freestanding bath, "his and hers" basins, a separate toilet and an outdoor shower.





Twin rooms
Suites are set in an open plan style with wooden floors, thatched roofs, canvas walls and overhead fans. Each ensuite bathroom includes a deep, freestanding bath, "his and hers" basins, a separate toilet and an outdoor shower. 



Game Drives
Game drives make the most of the wide network of Kruger Park roads to explore the incredible biodiversity that makes Kruger a world icon, and continue after dark when the self-drive tourists have returned to their camps.  We are proud of the fact that we do no off-road driving – both out of respect for nature and its long term sustainability and because in the Kruger Park it’s just not necessary!  The most popular and regularly used routes in the Kruger National Park are tarred as it is a major attraction worldwide, and it’s necessary to keep the roads in good condition both to handle the amount of daytime traffic experienced in busy seasons, and to ensure that the park can remain accessible even through the rainy season.  We tend to find that animals take advantage of the smooth, warm roads, which also see more game in the winter months because these roads are situated close to the rivers. 


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