We need to raise $15,000 to run a Rhino Rescue Project Expedition. The person who has donated the most by the time we hit our fundraising goal will be invited to join our Rhino Rescue team in South Africa, all expenses paid, with 10 other Man Expeditions guests to help save a Rhino from the risk of being poached. With the sudden spike in poaching activity in South Africa our work is needed more than ever SO we need you help. Every donation helps.

 

The Work We Do

 

THE IMPACT

Your contributions, no matter how small, will have a big impact on helping to raise funds to pay for the following: 

1) Veterinarian fees.

2) Helicopter and pilot fees to track the rhinos at risk of being poached. 

3) Costs associated with ear notching and tagging the rhinos for identification and tracking purposes. 

4) Ground support teams. 

5) Lodging costs during the expedition. 

 
 

 
 

JOIN A RHINO RESCUE PROJECT EXPEDITION

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Itinerary Overview

Dates: TBD when required funding goal as been achieved 

Countries:  South Africa

Accommodations:  Safari lodges

Starts In: Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa 

Ends In: Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa 

Physical Rating: 2/5 

Waitlist Deposit - $500 before 30 September/$995 after

Payment Installment Schedule: 
Installment 1 - $1,750 (Due within 14 days after waitlist deposit is paid)
Installment 2 - $1,750 (Due 1 month after Instalment 1 is paid)
Installment 3 - $950 (Due 1 month after Instalment 2 is paid)

Day 1:

3pm: Check-in to our host hotel in Durban. 

4pm: Meet & Greet

7pm: Dinner

 

Day 2:

8am: Breakfast

9am: Road transfer to Rhino project location and lodge ( 3 hours)

12pm: Lunch at our Rhino Project host lodge and some time to relax.

4pm: Sunset Game Drive

7pm: Pre-dinner drink 

8pm: Dinner

 

Day 3:

6am: Communal coffee/ tea continental breakfast spread

6.30am: We embark on the Rhino Project. This will be an opportunity for you to get “hands on” with Rhinos in the wild as part of our Rhino Project Rehabilitation and protection initiative. You will have the opportunity to be directly involved in the ear notching, dehorning and medical testing process. Your participation in this expedition will help greatly to fund the infrastructure required to support our rhino rehabilitation efforts and to restore the ever dwindling rhino population numbers.

1pm: Lunch and time to relax

4pm: Sunset game drive 

8pm: Private Dinner

Day 4:

6am: Communal coffee/ tea continental breakfast spread

6.30am: Sunrise game drive 

10am: Departure back to Durban to connect to your flight to Johannesburg or extend your stay to explore more of South Africa. 

 

 

 

Previous Rhino Project Trips

 
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Rhino Project Host Lodge