The Rhino and Lion park right here in Gauteng is an exquisite nature reserve that forms part of South Africa’s top five attractions to visit. The visitor can experience a pretty good variety of wildlife, while still remaining close to Johannesburg. Ideal for travelers who do not have much time in South Africa, but want to experience a “walk on the wild side”. More than 20 species inhabit the park and makes for exciting viewing!
Rhinoceros have very poor eyesight. In fact, they cannot see a person standing motionless if they are more than 30m away. Since its eyes are on opposite sides of its head, the Rhinoceros must look with one eye at a time to see straight ahead.
Lions can turn their ears from side to side to catch sounds coming from almost any direction. When they're moving through tall grass, Lions may not be able to see their prey - but they can always hear it.