Black Rhino Game Reserve forms an additional ‘corner’ of the Pilanesberg National Park. It is on the North West side of the Pilanesberg, with its own secured, private entrance that is situated on the western border, and with no boundary fences – wildlife is free to roam across both areas.
The above means you will be able to spot most of the animals that you would typically find in the Pilanesberg including the Big 5, the endangered African wild dog, various rare antelope, and more than 354 bird species.
This lower lying reserve’s sweet veld vegetation complements the Pilanesberg’s predominantly mixed sour veld and accommodates excellent viewing of elephant, black and white rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard.
The Black Rhino Game Reserve also has full traversing rights whereby game vehicles belonging to privately-owned lodges are entitled to cross from the Black Rhino Game Reserve into the Pilanesberg National Park. This allows you to enjoy the privacy of the reserve along with the richness of the national park, and to experience the abundant sights and sounds of the bush.