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Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve

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520 Kromdraai Road | Krugersdorp, Muldersdrift 1739, South Africa
+27 11 957 0349
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520 Kromdraai Road | Krugersdorp, Muldersdrift 1739, South Africa
+27 11 957 0349
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Reviewed July 31, 2017

I only hope they are charging as much at the do so that they can properly maintain animal enclosures and play areas for childeren.

Thank GDDJ
Reviewed July 28, 2017

the park has quite a number of animals roaming around including rhinos and this was quite fun to spot and stop for pictures. the buildings however look like they could do with a bit more maintenance looking like they have seen better days. the caged...More

Thank mhlangadanai
Reviewed July 27, 2017 via mobile

I'm all for a reserve if the purpose is educational and has conservation and rehabilitation as its main focus areas. However it the zoo like atmosphere is somewhat troublesome. Surely it isn't natural for cubs to be awake most part of the day for our...More

Thank Charmaine v
Reviewed July 25, 2017 via mobile

Was excellent substitute for 'real' safari. As we drove about kids loved spotting the animals - saw lots of animals roaming around which was great. The only downside was end where you could pay extra to go into cages with leopards, white tigers etc ,...More

Thank Scotlady73
Reviewed July 24, 2017

About 1 hour drive from Johannesburg, this reserve is big enough to give the impression of a game park. It would be ideal if you are pressed for time. There is a wide variety of animals, including white and regular lions, rhino, wild dogs, hippo...More

Thank oldmike1605
Reviewed July 23, 2017

We thoroughly enjoyed the Nature Reserve and where lucky to visit on a day where Lion, Wild Dog and Cheetah feeding occurred.

Thank Linda294Dorasamy
Reviewed July 15, 2017 via mobile

Went to Africa for business. Last day I had a free Saturday to enjoy the city. Me and my colleague decided to check out a safari experience. We were told that the real deal was Kruger park but that is a 3 day safari. Since...More

Thank Miguel D
Reviewed July 13, 2017 via mobile

Great place to see wildlife in natural habitat. Awesome photo opportunities. Saw everything from warthogs to cheetas and lion.

Thank PaddySA1000
Reviewed July 12, 2017

Came in for a game drive and had a great time. Our driver was very informative and helpful. We had a chance to see some amazing animals up close. I would recommend you stopping by.

Thank MrPepper3
Reviewed July 9, 2017

We were actually looking for the other lion park, but arrived here instead and spend about 3 hours riding around, watching the feeding and having an interaction with tiger cubs. Lots of animals and a very good substitute for a short safari from Jo'burg.

Thank kazganymede
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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
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
Tara D
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.