The new Rhinos Without Borders monitoring aircraft, a two-seater Savannah piloted by Sven Bourquin, made its maiden survey flight over the landscapes of Botswana, on 02 March 2017. The aircraft’s design makes it well-suited for monitoring purposes. Agile in flight, even when fully-fitted with survey equipment, the Savannah will save considerable time as it is…Details
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Make a difference by getting hands on this #givingTuesday! Book a once-in-a-life time, life-saving rhino capture experience, which is scheduled to take place early 2017. This unique adventure offers the unforgettable opportunity for you to be directly involved in the field operations of the Rhinos Without Borders project, and includes a 4-night stay at a luxury…Details
For one week only (ending on Sunday the 20th November 2016), Rhinos Without Borders has partnered with For Love of All Things (FLOAT) to raise funds for rhino conservation. Through its original artwork apparel campaigns, FLOAT raises awareness and funds for non-profit organizations. This year’s campaign design features the “Red Alert” rhino image with $8 from each…Details
Earlier this year, andBeyond Ngala Private Game Reserve ranger (and Rhinos Without Borders ambassador), Dan Fenton, walked a staggering 922km from andBeyond Phinda Private Game Reserve to the Ramatlabamba border post, to retrace the route of the first Rhinos Without Borders translocation. In doing so, he was able create awareness and raise R76 500 for the…Details
Set up with responsible conservation in mind, Rhinos Without Borders has a daily monitoring programme in place to keep a close eye on the health and safety of the rhino that the project has translocated from high risk areas in South Africa to the relative safety of Botswana. Spearheaded by conservation-minded travel companies andBeyond and…Details