3-Day Black Rhino South African Safari


On this well-liked tour, you’ll learn about the magnificent splendors of this special reserve, which is situated at the bottom of a long-extinct volcano crater and in a zone where the dry, arid Kalahari Desert and the lush Lowveld meet. The reserve is known for having the largest concentration of wildlife in the nation and for having unique geology and ecology. Additionally, Greater Pilanesberg is a place devoid of malaria. The park spans a total area of 57 000 hectares. The Pilanesberg National Park (PNP)’s northwestern section is home to the Black Rhino Reserve. It is the first parcel of private land to be included in the PNP and is just less than 2000 hectares in size. This reserve is the home to the Big Five, which consists of the elephant, buffalo, leopard, lion, and rhinoceros (both black and white). Beyond this, visitors might also see wild dogs, roan, sable, tsessebe, hippopotamuses, African wild cats, cheetahs, caracals, hyenas, jackals, and foxes.

Tour highlights

  • Transfer to Johannesburg – Black Rhino Game Reserve
  • Full day game drives
  • Departure

Itinary in details

When you arrive in Johannesburg, you will be picked up by your safari guide very early from the OR Tambo Airport or any accommodation in the city and driven to the Black Rhino Private Game Reserve in Greater Pilanesberg. After a few hours of exploring the wildlife reserve, arrive at your lodge around midday. Before you head out for a late-afternoon game drive in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, have afternoon tea, some nibbles, and some downtime. Game drives are conducted with a trained ranger in an open safari vehicle. Return to the lodge as the sun sets and enjoy a starlit meal around the bonfire on warm evenings.

Take a 3-hour dawn game drive in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve after a warming beverage. After breakfast, head back to the lodge and spend the rest of the day relaxing by the pool or in your suite. Before leaving for the late-afternoon game drive, have an afternoon tea with snacks and some downtime. Enjoy a satisfying dinner in the restaurant or, on warm days, outside at the boma.

Start your day early with hot beverages before heading out on your final 3-hour game drive in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve. After returning, eat a substantial breakfast, pack your bags, and get ready to leave for a game drive in a closed tour vehicle at midday. Travel back to Johannesburg in the late afternoon.

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