The Kruger National Park in South Africa is an enormous nature reserve (2 000 000 hectares) stretching 350 kilometres (217.4 miles) along the Mozambican border and is 60 kilometres (37.2 miles) wide on average.
In general most of the park comprises of grass and bush covered savannah plains, better known in South Africa as "bosveld". The Lebombo mountain range forms a natural border with Mozambique.
Directions from Kruger Gate to Rhino Post Safari Camp
- After entering the Kruger Gate, drive straight for approximately 12kms (7, 4 miles)
- Once you reach a four-way crossing turn left (heading in the direction signposted Lower Sabi / Rhino Walking Safaris)
- After approximately 2kms (1.2 miles) you will reach a T-junction
- Turn left and travel about 1km (0.6 miles) which will bring you to another four-way crossing
- Turn right, and cross a low water bridge over the Sabi River
- Travel for 4 km (2.5 Miles)and cross the bridge over the Sand River
- You will pass a dirt road on your left, signposted “Maroela Loop”, keep going straight on the tarred road Approximately 6 km (3.7miles) after the first “Maroela Loop” turnoff, you will pass another dirt road on your left, also signposted “Maroela Loop”
- Approximately 1km (0.6 miles) after this second “Maroela Loop” turn left onto a dirt road signposted “Rhino Walking Safaris”
- Travel straight down this dirt road for 2,5km (1,55 miles) and turn left.
- Travel another 2, 7 km (1, 6 miles) and you will reach Rhino Post Lodge
- You will get a transfer from Rhino Post Lodge to Plains Camp
Daily scheduled flights are available from Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International Airport (ORT) to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA). Direct flight options are available from Durban and Cape Town. Transfers between the airport and the camp will be arranged.
There are Private charters available to Skukuza Airport, with an approximate half hour road transfer in open 4 x 4 game viewing vehicles through the Kruger National Park to the lodge.
GPS Co-Ordinates of Rhino Post Safari Camp