|Monday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Really nice nature reserve with great facilities. You can braai here but remember your own grill to put your meat on.
We had a great stay this weekend. We stayed at the Log Cabins No 2. Overall the Cabin was glean and neat. Bedding was also very clean. Nice View. Night/day guard was patrolling all the time. The park itself was very clean and the animals looked well taken care of. They can make an effort to do some maintenance at the cages area they look a bit weathered. The day visitors area is also very neat. Nice braai area ....will definitely return there soon.
Epic. We spent my lady's birthday there. The place is huge and I like the fact that you drive yourself, the animals look really really healthy and that is great to see. Those white lions were amazing to watch. Wow the wonder cave is also very beautiful. I give the place five stars mainly because of the fact that the animals look well taken care of and they all look fresh. Special mention to the staff as well, they are so welcoming.
Lovely to be so close to wild animals. My grandchildren really enjoyed it. The giraffe even ate from their hands.
They have got 4 out of the big 5. No elephants due to size constraints. It's the best place to go to get a true South African experience. Best day to visit is a Saturday as you can watch the Wild Dog, Cheetah and Lion feedings. Also see the Cheetah run and Repltile show. Good food available at the crash site. All in all, a great experience.
A lovely visit. Wonderful sightings! Quite busy but the rangers manage it very well. The facilities are basic and clean but a bit run down. Restaurant (the Thatch) excellent. Pool a very good option. Kids playground reasonable by also a but run down. The entrance fee is quite expensive but if you have children aged 6 and up, you'll make use of all the facilities which, if you're a local, will almost make it worth while.
It's one of the best place to visit for a day outing with friends and family. Animals are so very well maintained. Has nice spot for braai.
It's a nice natural reserve where you can spend hours in your car looking animals in "freedom". Having a 4x4 is a plus, there are very nice routes only for this. There is also a confined space to see animals closely by foot. There you'll find beautiful 'cats' and very young ones with which you can play (pay for spending time with them). Also birds, snakes and other kind. The price is more than fair, cheap I'd say.
Nice self drive game drive, loads of various animals. I like the fact that they now have a 2 tier pricing structure, easier on the pocket for the local people. The animal creche is one of my favorites. You get to actually play with baby 'wild beasts' ranging from tigers, lions, cheetahs and black leopards. Animals are in great condition and the 'veld' looks beautiful. They offer chalets and lodges, I have never stayed there so I can't comment on them. Great picnic/braai areas and multiple restaurants to choose from. Do yourself a favor and visit the breeding camps across the road from the main gate. I've been visiting the location for multiple years now, at least 5 years. Definitely hooked!! I almost forgot, they have the wonder caves too!!
I always enjoy going to the Rhino and Lion Park. It is huge, much bigger than expected. And they have a large variety of animals ranging from big cats, to buck and impala. They offer playtime opportunities with the tiger/lion cubs as well as the young cheetah and the jaguar cub - truly an experience that is exciting and worth trying. I like the fact that you drive your own vehicle around the park. The Neck and Deck Cafe at the entrance of the park has great pizza and other food items - plus you can watch the giraffes or feed them from the bags of food that are provided. A great slice of wilderness just outside the city.