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Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve
This game park is a breath of fresh air for anyone who prefers peace and quiet to the hustle and bustle of the city. More than 30 species of game can be viewed from the comfort of your car, including rhino, lion, buffalo, hippo, wild dog, cheetah, and crocodile. Visitors are free to explore the park at their own pace, after which a picnic area with a swimming pool and a volleyball court provides facilities for a leisurely afternoon.
Highly recommended. it's only R100 to get in and it's a HUGE place. There's lots of different kinds of animals and it's a beautiful setting. To get the full experience, be sure your car has 4 wheel drive; some roads in the park are labelled "4x4 ONLY" and some of the others probably should be. Go here instead of Lion Park.
I am devastated by the loss young blind rhino calf Vusi who suffered unimaginable loss, sadness and trauma in his short life. It is impossible to make sense of this. Rest in peacel little warrior, may u fly bk to ur mother on the wings of angels. my love and gratitude goes out to Ed and Lorinda Hern and the incredible staff for the amazing efforts they make tirelessly making a difference to animals in distress.
I disliked the fact that some animals were locked up in small spaces like the white tiger cubs and the bat eared fox.There were also 3 chalets which i think should be more! I liked watching the feedings although it mite not be for everyone!
i grew up on this rhino and lion park as if u go u will see a house in the middle thats where i lived and it is such a beautiful place to go. nothing compares to it. now live in england miss it so much. life time experince has to be done
Very good value for money, not too far from the city, but far enough to feel you are out in the bush. We find it great with the kids as you can just spend a couple of hours seeing the animals, then call in at the Lapa to get something to eat, then go back to the animals again if you want. One tip is to take some cool drinks along as it can get quite hot. Lions are in a fenced area, best to go at feeding times if you want to see them. We can recommend this to anyone who wants a quick day/half day out seeing a few wild animals.
It was fantastic to see the wild animals up close. When we went we went into the cage to see the lion cubs. One was white, the other brown and the other little one was a tiger. Absolutely worth going to. And the fee to get in goes to feeding the animals. Just please remember they are dangerous. Do not get out of your car!
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