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Go to Project Boabab – Schools

Project Boabab – Schools

We have approached a few villages near the Blouberg mountain and met up with a few principals of the schools in the area. Our aim is to educate these children on the reality of poaching and why it is so important to end it and rather conserve our beautiful country. We want to help them with conservation weekends and by providing bicycles, clothing, school supplies and items necessary to help them with the education. Click on the image to find out more.

Go to Adopt a rhino ranger

Adopt a rhino ranger

Adopt a rhino ranger project By adopting a ranger – 100% of your contribution will go towards the ranger salaries. (Unfortunately a small amount is deducted for banking fees, which we don’t control) By contributing you will help us keep these brave men and women on the ground shadowing these huge beautiful graceful animals. Your donation – no matter how small or big would be greatly appreciated and every bit helps



Adopt a rhino or part of. If you would like to adopt one of our rhino – 100% of all contributions will go towards their well-being. Your contribution will help us pay our external anti-poaching unit who are on the front line protecting our rhino.Help us to help protect them so that one day their bloodline will run strong through the future rhino.


Do you want to help protect the species?

We offer citizens the opportunity to protect rhino and monitor rhino for a weekend.

We can guarantee an experience of a lifetime by walking in the shadows of these magnificent creatures.

Conservation Protection Education

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.

  • Rhino poached 2017

  • African Rhino poached in a decade

  • Rhino poached daily

  • growth in rhino poaching between 2007-2014


YOU make the difference. With your help we are able to achieve so much and protect our Rhino. A big thank you goes to our sponsors

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