Prestigious Camp Jabulani’s experiential rhino conservation safari in the Big 5 Kapama Game Reserve is a unique opportunity for conservation-minded guests to participate in the protection of Africa’s white rhinos. In addition to carefully organized conservation tasks, participants will enjoy superbly luxurious accommodation and service at the lodge.
The rhino conservation safari at Camp Jabulani allows guests to participate in a conservation-driven tracking and micro-chipping operation. The safari offers a unique perspective on the white rhino in its natural world, and also highlights the status of conservation work being done at Kapama and at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre.
The rhino conservation safari is a three-night, four-day offering, made available to a minimum of two guests and a maximum of ten. The conservation operation will entail darting a targeted rhino, taking measurements for scientific and medical purposes, and micro-chipping and ear-notching procedures. Full briefing and task allocation precedes the undertaking.
May to September is considered the best time for the rhino conservation safari, but it is available year-round. Check Availability Online
Accommodation at Camp Jabulani is luxuriously five-star. The lodge is Relais & Chateaux accredited and all its facilities and services match the standards of this prestigious organization.
Camp Jabulani was originally developed as a safe sanctuary for a herd of elephants rescued from Zimbabwe, and remains committed to ensuring their safety. Guests can view the herd at close range and learn about their behaviour.
Mail us to book, or call +27 21 797-7122.