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Restaurants

Bothongo Rhino & Lion has several restaurants each presenting its own atmosphere within the Reserve.

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Boma Restaurant

Discover one of the first of Bothongo Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve's Restaurants. Enjoy generous and delicious food right in the heart of the bush.

The Boma is one of the oldest restaurants located at the Kiosk / Day Visitors Centre and overlooking the pygmy hippo pools. 

The Thatch Café

The Thatch Café offers light meals, drinks and a professional barista overlooking the exciting X-Stream Bike Park.

Enjoy a limited A La carte menu whilst keeping a watchful eye over your family.

Neck & Deck Restaurant

An open air restaurant with surrounding views of animals including a giraffe.

The Neck & Deck Café is situated next to the Kromdraai road and a popular stop for cyclists. Feed a giraffe from the deck.

Chobe Café

An open-air cafe serves great coffee, breakfast and lunch. Cyclists can also enjoy new ablution facilities, a bike rail for locking up and beautiful surroundings.

The Thatch Café offers light meals, drinks and a professional barista overlooking the exciting X-Stream Bike Park.

Bothongo Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve is fully equipped to handle and cater for events with up to 200 delegates and offers a variety of catering options.

COME VISIT
RESTAURANTS IN THE WILD

Find your favourite restaurant BELOW

The Boma is one of the oldest restaurants located at the Kiosk / Day Visitors Centre and overlooking the pygmy hippo pools. 

 

The Thatch Café offers light meals, drinks and a professional barista overlooking the exciting X-Stream Bike Park.

 

The Neck & Deck Café is situated next to the Kromdraai road and a popular stop for cyclists. Feed a giraffe from the deck.

Bothongo Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve is fully equipped to handle and cater for events with up to 200 delegates and offers a variety of catering options.

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