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    The Rhino and Lion Park Day Tour offers 4 of the Big 5 as well as an opportunity to shoot excellent up close and personal pictures. Situated in the Cradle of Humankind, the Rhino &Lion Park is a privately owned, non-subsidized game reserve, covering approximately 1 600 ha on the typical Highveld of Gauteng. The Cradle of Humankind is a World Heritage Site, about 40km north-west of Johannesburg and 60km east of Pretoria. From its humble beginnings with only 2 White Rhino in 1985, this Gauteng Nature Reserve in South Africa has grown to feature over 600 head of game in a great setting. Rhino And Lion Nature Reserve is just a short drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria. More than thirty species of game, including 3 of the Big Five, can be viewed from open vehicles in the presence of an experienced and registered guide. Big game in the reserve includes Kruger Lion, White Rhino and Buffalo. Endangered species, such as the Wild Dog have been introduced, along Cheetah, Hippo, Crocodile and more than 20 species of antelope can also be seen. From a vulture hide, visitors have the opportunity to view and photograph the rare Cape Vulture. Over 200 bird species can also be spotted. The duration of this tour is approximately 6 hours and departs either at 08H00 or 13H00. The pick-up point for this tour is any hotel or residential address in Johannesburg. Alternative pick up location can be arranged. Please note that this tour is not offered on a Monday. * The tour might deviate according to traffic and time available. * Clients do have an opportunity to play with Lion cubs at a surcharge, payable at the Reserve.
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    Reviewed January 6, 2019 via mobile

    What a spectacular day we had - we definitely didn’t expect the amount of animals we saw! We even got to see the rhino. Beautiful animals that are in very very good condition. You can even take a picnic if you like. Food from Boma...More

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    Reviewed December 26, 2018 via mobile

    Roads are in very good condition (gravel roads), relatively cheap prices. Especially the visitor centre where are spots for making braai is nice as the animal creches are there and you could see big amount of animals and cubs there and even pet those. Our...More

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    Reviewed July 11, 2018

    I took a large group from England to the Rhino & Lion Park - the day was spend braying at their self-serve units, we did a group game drive (provided by the park) and enjoyed the snake park and other attractions. The Lion enclosure and...More

    Date of experience: August 2017
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    April 21, 2018|
    Response from 842jennifert |
    There is a local rate and international rate. We paid the equivalent of $20 Australian dollars for both the cheetahs and lions. Locals were less.
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    • Duration: 5h
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