This nature reserve showcases a variety of animals such as the Cape Wild dog, the White Lion, Bengal and Siberian tigers, cheetahs, warthogs, ostriches and over 200 bird species. Due to this, they are listed as a member of Big 5 Tourist destinations. Activities include cheetah talks, lion, cheetah and wild dog feeds, reptile park visits and exhibitions, animal crèche and abseiling. The Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve also has pristine picnic, braai and swimming facilities as well as a restaurant, kiosk, curious shop and Croc pub. To find out more about the Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve click here.
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The Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve is a privately owned, non-subsidized game reserve, covering approxmiately 1 200 ha on the typical highveld of Gauteng. The reserve is situated in the “Cradle of Humankind”, a declared World Heritage Site, about 40 km north-west of Johannesburg and 60km west of Pretoria.
Venue Name:Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve
520 Kromdraai Rd, Krugersdorp, 1739
Opening Hours:Monday: Closed, Tuesdays - Fridays: 08h00 – 17h00, Weekends & Public Holidays: 08h00 – 18h00
Price Range:Adults: R90, Children: R70, Pensioners: R80
:Outdoor and Adventure
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 571 reviews
Elaine M Says:
We haven’t visited the park for a while and we disappointed to see that the park and it’s facilities are run down. The entrance fee does not seem to cover the upkeep. Not impressive at all
We stayed nearby andvisitted the park this weekend and since we had a limited amount of time we opted to pay R100 per person to do the hippo walk and the swan enclosure. I could not believe it was...
Joanita R Says:
We visited the Rhino and Lion park for a self-drive game viewing. The park is well looked after and we could see many different animals at close range, from lions, rhinos, zebras, antelope and even...