The Rhino Africa Blog

ENQUIRE

Archived entries for  August 2014

Rebuilding Khayelitsha – Come Rain or Shine

Rebuilding Khayelitsha

 “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” ― Winston Churchill  Sometimes giving back is hard… We have been supporting the Khumbulani Day Care Centre in Khayelitsha for many years and are thrilled to announce that a new beautiful three story Khumbulani is in the making. While we at Rhino Africa […]

Read Post

My Trip | Not one tiger, twelve.

Tiger | India

Something was afoot when our long-standing client and ambassador, Glenn Weston became the first to travel with Rhino Asia to India. You’re familiar with Murphy’s Law. But you’ve probably never heard of Yhprum’s Law. On close inspection, you will discover that Yhprum is Murphy spelt backwards and its meaning reflects this polarity. Simply put, Yhprum’s Law […]

Read Post

My Trip | Africa’s Wild 3

Africa's Wild 3

“Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.” These are the words of that fabulous bespectacled storyteller, Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr Suess. The Father of Fantasy, you could say. We consider ourselves Fantasy Creators too. Fantasy Facilitators. A little kinky, yes, but what is more […]

Read Post

Your Next Great Adventure | Rhino Asia

Tiger Safaris | Rhino Asia

Introducing Rhino Africa’s new division, Rhino Asia Rhino Africa’s passion for authentic safari experiences is anything but passive. It is a greedy, restless passion that has carried us to the remote corners of Southern and Eastern Africa in pursuit of rare wildlife encounters. After a decade of discovery, we can safely say that we know Africa better than just about anyone. […]

Read Post
bg-next-on bg-prev-on bg-readmore-on bg-readmore-archive-on bg-read-more-blogs-on