The Rhino Conservation Safari offers a unique insight into the white rhino and its behavioural patterns. During the three night, four day program a group of 2 (min) to 10 (max) guests will accompany an allocated ranger to explore the reserve and spot the rhino. Prior to venturing out, guests will undergo a comprehensive briefing and be given specific roles. Our vet will then join the group and set off in a helicopter to dart the targeted white rhino.
Camp Jabulani launches Rhino Conservation SafariOctober 8, 2015 in APTA News
Help to keep the endangered rhino alive Camp Jabulani is a family-owned and managed private luxury safari lodge located within the private Kapama Game Reserve in Hoedspruit, South Africa (in close proximity to the Kruger National Park in the scenic Mpumalanga region).
The Roode Family has a long history in the South African wildlife community, with Lente Roode as founder of the renowned Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC). It was the HESC’s commitment to rescuing and providing a safe haven for orphaned, injured and vulnerable animal species that saw the conceptualization and creation of Camp Jabulani Read More