INSIMBI LEGACY PROJECTS

CONSERVATION PROTECTION EDUCATION

tHE iNSIMBI tEAM

We are more than a non-profit company, each member of our team has become part of the Insimbi family who is dedicated to saving a variety of species which include, but not limited to, the pangolin, brown hyena, skinks and of course the magnificent white rhino.

ABOUT US

We aim to protect all wildlife, from the little rhino beetle to the enormous white rhino!


Our objective is to provide education to the youth to emphasize the importance of conserving ALL wildlife, fauna and flora.

Our rhino are not captive bred; they are not in a small camp. We do feed (due to drought) and we do have a vet on standby for any illnesses or requirements they might have. But besides this – they are wild and natural. They are happy and breeding naturally.

Insimbi was a majestic white Rhino with exceptional genes and a fiery protective personality . Unfortunately his life ended abruptly at the hand of poachers. He was poached on the 31st October 2014 – leaving us with much anger, hurt and sadness, but in honor of this magnificent beast, we have made a conscious decision to protect his legacy, and we ask YOU to help us. Insimbi means “iron” in Zulu

PROJECTS

ADVENTURE WITH A CAUSE

Want an unforgettable experience while protecting rhino? Join us one our Adventure with a cause weekend.

ADOPT A RHINO

Sign up for a long term rhino adoption and help us to keep them safe and protected. Your contibution will help care for him/her.

R100 CHALLENGE

The lock down has affected us heavily as we are unable to AWAC weekends. Just R100 donation will help us protect our rhino.

TESTIMONIALS

"I had an absolutely amazing time and totally unforgettable experience. I fell I have learned so much and have gained valuable skills in many different aspects such as tracking and survival skills within the bush. I loved learning about the rhinos and the story behind the Insimbi Legacy Project. I really wouldn’t change a thing and thoroughly enjoyed the whole weekend"

-Annie

THE TEAM

Carmela Lattanzi

Managing Director

Anton Jongbloed

Operational Director

Lee-Ann Nicholls

Marketing Director

Sharon Jv Rensburg

Brand Ambassador

Sandy Soekoe

Executive Member

Fiona Dobbins

Executive Member

The only way to save a rhinoceros is to save the environment in which it lives, because there's a mutual dependency between it and millions of other species of both animals and plants.

David Attenborough

SUPPORTERS

Council Of Contributors

Rhino Connect

Saving The Survivors

G73 Specialized Training

Shawu Photography

Shawu Photo Safari

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