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Tourists to South Africa do not have to feel guilty about leaving a dirty carbon footprint if we as an industry can facilitate sustainable tourism which empowers and uplifts local communities.

The Mindful Approach to Saving Rhinos | World Rhino Day 2014

World Rhino Day 2014

There is a movement quickly gaining momentum at present. While rooted in the East, in Buddhist philosophy, it is rearing its head (or mind) more and more in the West – in our yoga studios, offices, high schools, prisons… Its name is Mindfulness. The creation of a mindful society can only be a good thing – imagine a world […]

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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 […]

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Santa Visits Khumbulani’s Kids


“Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas.” - Calvin Coolidge   Many of you are bound to be starting your Christmas shopping around about now… Parents are on the look out for […]

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Why do you love Africa? | #LOVEAFRICA @rhinoafrica


Our @LOVEAFRICA Competition is underway! We’re thrilled with the entries so far. There’s so much love for Africa it makes us truly proud. The other great part of the competition is that we get to interact with all of you. Even South African rugby champ, Joe Pietersen has joined in! And people from as far […]

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Eco-Therapy with Educo

Changing Lives with Educo

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.” ― John Muir, Our National Parks At Rhino Africa we […]

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Playing For Rhinos | The WWF Rhino Raid App

WWF Rhino Raid

Well here’s something different… And it’s about time too. Mobile gaming is all the rage worldwide – and it’s a great way to reach millions about a message that really matters. Enter: Rhino Raid. What’s this all about? Brought to you by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) South Africa, WWF Rhino Raid is an exciting sidescrolling runner that […]

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Day Tours with Rhino Africa


Go Rhino Tripping in Cape Town! While we send travellers from all over the world on exciting luxury safaris and island holidays in Africa, we also have a special Wheels Division called Rhino Tripping that takes our guests on day tours of Cape Town and its surrounds. These day tours are perfect for those wanting […]

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Challenge4ACause 2013 Reunion Ride!


Challenge4ACause is Rhino Africa’s annual cycling event through Namibia. From its inception in 2009, Challenge4ACause is our way of giving back to the continent, by using the race to raise money to support the conservation of Africa’s endangered wildlife and finance projects that uplift disadvantaged communities.  2013 Reunion Ride This year is something special as […]

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The Born Free Foundation: Pride of Cape Town


“Everyone who cares has a voice. The Peoples lion is your lion… if a world without wild lions is unimaginable to you, then please help us save them before it is too late.” Virginia McKenna OBE, BFF Founder and Actress Lion Conservation in Action On the 3rd of May Rhino Africa attended the star studded […]

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Good Work Foundation


Today it is with great excitement and pride that we share the new website of our NGO partner the Good Work Foundation (GWF)! To lead a focused, achievable and digitally empowered education model for rural Africa. That is the mission of the Good Work Foundation – a registered NGO that has been working with grassroots […]

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Earth Day – 22nd April 2013


Climate change is already impacting people, animals, ecosystems and magnificent landscapes across the globe. This Earth Day, we thought we’d share some photos to remind us what we’re fighting for… At Rhino Africa we promote sustainable tourism by forming partnerships with hotels and organisations that share our vision to conserve our planet so that future […]

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Chipembere Rhino Foundation – Fundraiser at Mount Nelson

Help Protect the Rhino

The Facts At the beginning of the 20th century 500,000 rhinos roamed freely across Africa and Asia. Today, that number has fallen below 29,000. In 2012, well over 600 rhinos were cruelly mutilated and poached for their horns. So far this year, that figure has already almost reached 200 – over 2 rhinos a day. […]

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