Amazing place where u can go and play with tiger, lion ot cheetahs cubs! Love it! What for experience! And the naughty squirrels are just fun!
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Me and my wife visit South Africa every year to visit family and grandchildren yesterday we decided to visit the reserve. We were most impressed with the kids play area , bouncy assault course & climbing frames etc........ All the animals were fantastic to view...More
A lovely day spent with the family with some new experiences. Lots of game and playing and holding young cubs. A good meal had on the deck with ice cold refreshments.
Last Saturday we packed a picnic basket , and with two grandchildren hit the road. On arrival to the Rhino and Lion Reserve we were welcomed ,and our trip started. The animals all appear to be well cared for and plenty of these . We...More
I have been to the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve a few times and am always keen to go back. It is easily accessible and not too far from Johannesburg. Great day out for people of all ages. Highlights for me are the cub interactions...More
Best part was getting to play with the cubs. absolutely amazing. The facilities are good and theres alot of place for you relax and have a picnic. We ended staying in the chalets for a night a well which was good. Nice experience to take...More
We spent 1 night over the weekend in the chalets. They were clean, well appointed. Had everything you needed. Had a very relaxing time. Ideal for families and groups to get a way for a weekend not far from jhb. We will definitely go back....More
We went in our own car and saw all the animals live behind our windows. we took pictures with lion cubs. some of them are furious when we touch on their heads. real fun.watched cheetah's feeding show and Tigers show.
The children loved watching the large cats being fed, but their favourite part was getting to interact with a 4 month old leopard.