About Black Rhino Game Lodge
Located in the west side of the malaria-free Pilanesberg National Park, and only 33 km from Sun City, Black Rhino Game Lodge is the ideal location for a luxurious bushveld breakaway.
The lodge is built in the midst of a tamboti forest overlooking a waterhole bustling with bird and animal activity. On many occasions, the stillness of the night is broken by the roaring of lions. Once you are awakened with a hot cup of coffee, your host ranger will take you out on an exceptional game drive, taking you through the Black Rhino Reserve and into the unexplored valley of the Pilanesberg until you reach the 200 km network of Pilanesberg Park roads.
The luxury suites are very private and equipped with a minibar, air-conditioner, tea and coffee making facilities and a television. The patio doors open up into the bush, and if you look out quietly, you might spot a herd of impala or a lone elephant. The designer bathrooms feature your own private outside shower which is perfect to cool down on a hot day.
A top-class chef caters for all your exquisite meals in an atmospheric restaurant. Both the bar and the restaurant lead to the viewing deck, ensuring you are always close to nature.
Please be advised that the gate entry fees are not included in the rates.
Safari: Our safaris take you through the Black Rhino Reserve and into the unexplored valley of the Pilanesberg until you reach the 200 km network of Pilanesberg Park roads.
Covid Safety Approved: The Safe & Clean Commitment protocols been implemented by the Extraordinary Collection is focused on the guest and staff safety by addressing the various hygiene and social distancing challenges that have been presented by COVID-19.
A valid credit card is required to secure your reservation and payment can be made by the guest on arrival or departure. Please be advised that the gate entry fees are not included in the rates.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling