Plains Camp Highlights
- Best walking safaris in the Kruger
- Highly experienced guides
- Getting close to wildlife
- Learning around the bushveld
- Tented accommodation
- Cold beer after a long walk
Rhino Post Plains Camp Information
- Lodge type; Safari Lodge
- Location; Kruger National Park
- Lodge size; 4 tented suites
- Recommended stay; 2-5 nights
Explore nature's secret wonders within especially tailored walking safaris from your luxurious tented overnight accommodation.
Plains Camp (that forms part of the amazing Rhino Walking Safari in this private concession) can be found in the middle of a 12,000-hectare private Kruger concession, a stone's throw out of Skukuza and very easily accessible using road or air transfer.
With a maximum of 8 individuals exclusively (no kids below 12), visitors are guaranteed of high quality, breathtaking wilderness encounter.
Rhino Post Plains Camp is found in a 12,000 ha private wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park.
This private concession shares a 15km unfenced boundary with the famous Mala Mala and Sabi Sand reserve with an abundance of wildlife moving freely between the two reserves. The Rhino Post concession is noted as an excellent game viewing area, and good sightings can be expected.
Rooms and Suites
Rhino Post Plains Camp offers four luxurious African explorer-style tents along with en-suite (hot running water) and many types of the conveniences associated with home, in addition to the African Wilderness on your own doorstep.
Built in true pioneer traditions, it offers the tranquillity of a nineteenth-century naturalists getaway, located within an Acacia Knobthorn thicket and also looking over the astounding Timbitene plain and waterhole.
An Africana book collection along with vintage treasures tend to be reminiscent of a wonderful period of time.
Cuisine and Wine
Delicious daily meals are usually offered within the camp's dining area, which happens to be set up beneath spectacular Tamboti trees.
Gleam Public Lounge along with Dining Area with an outdoors open fireplace.
An electrical generator along with a back-up battery system power overhead fans in addition to round-the-clock illumination. The power generation system may be used to re-charge digital camera battery packs during certain times.
A usual day at this Kruger Walking Lodge starts off with a cup full of piping-hot coffee in addition to traditional homemade rusks, after which visitors started out on their early morning walk, pursuing rhinoceros tracks as well as elephant paths. The duration of the walks is determined by the interest along with physical fitness of the visitors.
Returning to camp, delight in a relaxing brunch and take it easy in the cool of the acacia trees, keeping an eye on the waterhole for the breeding herd of elephant that frequently come to drink.
Following high tea, set out again in the late afternoon for a walking safari or game drive and then indulge in a sunset cocktail.
No children under the age of 16 years as this camp is unfenced and wildlife does wonder though, children are not allowed on walking safaris either.
Rates from R6 550.00 pp
- Per person per night sharing (pp)
- Rates are in South African Rands
- *Rates may vary according to season
- All meals
- Teas and coffees
- Soft drinks, bottled water, house wines and local beers
- 2 Safari walks
- 1 Safari drive per day
- return 4×4 transfers from Rhino Post Safari Lodge
- Transfers from Skukuza Airport
- Park fees
- Estate wines
- Imported beers, spirits and liqueurs
- Items of a personal nature