Insimbi Legacy Projects, a non profit company, was established in 2018 in the far North of the Limpopo Province in South Africa.
We endeavor to protect Ceratotherium Simum Simum (aka the White Rhinoceros) along with their habitat. Our concerted conservation of the habitat also serves to protect other near-threatened species.
Carmela Lattanzi, the founder of Insimbi Legacy Projects, shared her passion for the conservation of Rhino and soon other like-minded individuals pledged their time and allegiance to ILP and the Insimbi Team came into being.
From being one person’s passion, Insimbi Legacy Projects grew to become renowned in Rhino Conservation circles and their presence ensures the survival of not only the rhino, but also the other near threatened species in the area.
Insimbi Legacy Projects are the proud custodians of rhino in private ownership and are the last frontier in protecting this magnificent & iconic animal!
ADVENTURE WITH A CAUSE
Want an unforgettable experience while protecting rhino? Join us one our Adventure with a cause weekend.
This is a fun way to keep you motivated and also to keep you fit and healthy. It also allows you, friends and family to take part in contributing and protecting our Rhino. This is also a good way to create awareness in the conservation of our Rhino for the future generation.
“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”
Did you know that you can benefit from Tax relief on donations made to Insimbi Legacy Projects. Insimbi Legacy Projects is a SARS approved public benefit organization (PBO).
Your donation will provide critical support to our conservation program.
PBO number: 930068309
Sharon Jv Rensburg
Volunteer Coordinator Assistant
Logistics & Technical Officer
VOLUNTEER AT INSIMBI
Join the Insimbi team for a few weeks to learn about a variety of species and what goes into keeping our rhino safe on a daily basis.
Volunteering at Insimbi means you get to be a part of our team, keep an eye on these precious animals, help keep them safe in various ways from fence patrols/ maintenance and monitoring their behavior, checking up on our bush cameras and more.