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Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve

#1 of 10 things to do in Muldersdrift Features Animals
520 Kromdraai Road | Krugersdorp, Muldersdrift 1739, South Africa
+27 11 957 0349
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“wild dogs” (71 reviews)
“animal creche” (32 reviews)
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520 Kromdraai Road | Krugersdorp, Muldersdrift 1739, South Africa
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to the reserve on 14 may , enjoyed watching the Lions, cheetahs and wild dogs get fed.The reptile park was very empty.enjoyed the animal creche as we could see the animals up close. Unfortunately because of the rain could not use the braai...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

For an experience of what it is like to live without electricity for a few days, this is a fairly good place to do it as there is so much to keep one entertained without it being necessary for you to be on your smart...More

Thank GillZAl
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Came to Johannesburg for work, and could only spare 1 day during the weekend to explore. Chose the Rhino and Lion Nature reserve as it was closer than the Kruger national park. It was a great experience. Booked a game drive earlier during the week,...More

Thank Rin S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Highly recommended day trip. My wife and I travelled from Sydney, and wanted to experience a game reserve again. This is by far the best! As promised we saw four of the big five. Not only that, we saw giraffe, zebra, wild dogs, Meer Kat,...More

Thank BigMacOz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

While this attraction features: a wondercave; accommodation; a kids playpark; wildlife; an animal creche; and a reptile centre, I visited the wildlife part of the nature reserve as well as the animal creche, which I would not recommend visiting. The animals are in very small...More

Thank Donal O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stayed in the log cabins which are lovely. It was great to be close enough to visit family and friends in Randburg but still enjoy the bush. Staff were very friendly and helpful and when it came to bringing my mum to visit in...More

Thank Tracy M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Mixed feelings after the visit to the reserve. It is of decent size and all kind of cars can go but it is definitely better to go with a 4x4. We started by having lunch which was surprisingly good, the meat was extremely tender. We...More

Thank Vanessa A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

self drive as well as guided tours. the road is off road although normal family cars can drive. i would not advised it when it rains though. the experience well worth it. just be aware that you will need about five hours to drive around....More

Thank Madelaine G
Reviewed April 13, 2017

I decided to visit the reserve after seeing their website. The reserve is not that big but I did see quite a variety of game before I got to the predator camp. It was quite rainy and the roads were not really suitable for a...More

Thank Tanya P
Reviewed April 11, 2017 via mobile

The Lion Park experience was awesome. Had an opportunity to have an interaction with the Lion and Cheetah cubs. Than went on a game drive during the feeding time of the lions. Everything was well organised. The facilities are of world standard. A must visit...More

Thank Rajendran G
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Skuce1977
Is the Rhino and Lion and ethical organisation. what happens to the Cubs when they are fully grown. how does one know that these lions are not used for hunting purposes
April 7, 2017|
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Response from shokara | Reviewed this property |
From our trip there , it was amazing to see how free the animals are .you get to enjoy them in a natural habitat . These animals are fed daily so I doubt they have the urge to hunt anything . You can witness the feeding... More
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Ontour4444
We are debating on the Lion and Rhino Nature Reserve or going to the Lions Park. Can anyone tell me which is better to see? Can anyone recommend a tour company that can pick up in Pretoria.
August 17, 2016|
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Response from Andrew S | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend the Lion and Rhino Park. There are more animals and more space. The Lion Park is not far away. If you have the time, you could do both. You only need about 1 - 2 hours max for the Lion Park. You'll get to... More
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Tara D
I want to know the background of this... Is it cruel? Are the animals drugged or later in their lives are they killed because they are too tame to live in the wild? Want to visit this month but don't want to support any such thing
June 8, 2015|
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Response from Dana L | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely not!!! The animals are wild. The only animals you might see that seem tame are those that have been saved. They are still wild.
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