Black Rhino Game Reserve provides an authentic African Big 5 Bush safari experience from the luxurious comfort of upmarket fully equipped, air-conditioned and serviced thatched lodges set in close proximity to the foot slopes of the ancient volcano. The aim of the Black Rhino holiday experience is to become totally immersed in the tranquility and pace of the African bushveld while going wild in style.
Game CorridorPilanesberg National Park and Madikwe Game Reserve
Plans for a game corridor between the Pilanesberg National Park and Madikwe Game Reserve.
North West Parks Board have embarked on an ambitious project to create a Heritage Park by joining the
Pilanesberg National Park (55000 hectares) with Madikwe Game Reserve (80000 hectares). This will create over
100 kilometers of game corridors between these two game reserves. Black Rhino Game Reserve represents
the first property to form part of this exciting future Heritage Park.
Read More About The Pilanesberg National Park
Holiday ExperienceBlack Rhino Game Reserve
The volcanic origin and resultant weathering of the extinct Pilanesberg volcanic crater has resulted in the creation of an amazing variety of landscapes and associated vegetation communities providing some of the most spectacular scenery to be found in any South African game reserve. In terms of the wildlife experience on offer, the diversity of habitats in Black Rhino and the Greater Pilanesberg National Park supports an equally diverse population of wild animals, reptiles (65 species), plants (132 tree species) and birds (over 360 species). In 2010 the Park boasted healthy populations of elephant (220), lion (50), leopard (30), cheetah (12), wild dog, buffalo (220), and both black and white rhino.
It is therefore home to Africa's famous "Big Five" along with cheetah and wild dog making it a genuine “Super 7” Game Reserve. It stands to reason that predators have to eat so kills are frequently seen. In addition the National Park is also home to a wide variety of rarely encountered species such as the brown hyena as well as roan and sable antelope. This makes the wildlife, botanizing and birding experiences exceptional. Black Rhino owners have access to close on 200km of roads spanning the full diversity of Pilanesberg National Park habitats for game drives.