About Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge
Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge is situated in the first private concession within Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. Set in a 96 000 hectare park, Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge enables guests to enjoy 4 Star luxury at a private lodge for the first time within the park.The lodge is contemporary in design, with overtones of organic forms utilising natural finishes and materials. 18 Rooms are nestled in natural bush high up on the ridge with commanding views of the reserve.The area is a low-risk malaria area and there are mosquito nets in all rooms. There is a 11 metre infinity lap pool with sundeck, a boma and spa facilities.
Safari: We offer a selection of daily safari drives (no under 6 years) and guided safari walks with Big 5 game viewing and a wide selection of wildlife to see.
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