Recently, Rhino SA organized a trip for the OMG Kids to travel around South Africa; allowing them to witness first hand the dire plight of the Rhino. Rhino SA partnered with OMG to produce a documentary film (with Red Sky Pictures) about creating awareness among the youth of South Africa and the world about the near extinction of the Rhino. Hosted by private guests, Diana Moore & Robyn Haddon, in association with Sheila Bath from Dance to be Wild we had the opportunity to stay here and gain first hand knowledge of the 'real' Rhino poaching War that is going on near the border of Mozambique. The managers, Megan and Mario were nothing short of dedication and passion for doing everything that they can to save their Rhino. Megan and Mario were accommodating, thoughtful, helpful…
tremendous attention for each guest, many experience for the money, anyway nice relaxation in beautiful environment and stylish buildings. Very high level of service for all employees. A stay is highly recommended
We had a wonderful week at Balule Camp. Everyone was very competent and kindly. Jesper and Coleen became our best friends, and we will never forget that beautiful stay. Thank you so much. We would like to come back.
This fantastic trip to Balule River Camp for one week and the final 3 days with guide Nickie in Cape Town will be in my head and dreams for the rest of my life. Had also an fantastic appendix of my 70th. anniversary. Also many thanks to Jonathan, Edward, Coline and Jesper and all the staff on the River camp for great service, A golf round in the Wild among Shirafs and Crocs at Phalaborwa Golf Club is not easy to forget - and I will not.
What a vacation! We had a fun and rewarding stay on Balule River Camp. Colleen, Jesper and the rest of the staff all know how to make you feel velcome and at home in the camp. And what a beautiful camp they have next to the river! The rangers Jonathan and Edvard had a lot of knowledge to share and where good spotters. The bush aruond the camp was full of animals, making our Safari experience really exiting. The elephants even visited us at the camp. The evenings spendt in the boma or in front of the fireplace with the good hosts, where atmospheric with good food and wine. We can warmly recommend a stay in Balule River Camp. The Lefsaker familiy