The Story behind our renostermaan
Interested in joining us for a rhinomoon? Get in touch with us!.
South Africans are the custodians of 90% of the worldwide rhino population. We therefor endeavour to inform the public of the successes achieved by those who positively contribute towards rhino conservation. Rhino Connect has successfully hosted a number of projects as well as #RhinoMoon weekends for almost 5 years. A Rhinomoon is held during the full moon period of the month - traditionally referred to as “poacher’s moon” . This entails working shoulder - to - shoulder with Anti - poaching Units. This boots - on - the - ground exercise allows individuals to become directly and proactively involved in fence patrols, rhino monitoring and a variety of other educational programs, while working side - by - side with wild rhino on private reserves. Security is of the highest priority and all participants must undergo a vetting process prior to participation.
A #Renostermaan or #Rhinomoon weekend is a great way to experience first - hand, what rhino conservation is all about. During this weekend - and depending on the project that you attend - we will provide you with loads of factual information and real - life experience about private rhino ownership, rhino behavior and wild - life management. This includes an introduction to spoor - tracking, anti - poaching and observation skills - and where possible, rifle handling and target shooting (not at our rhinos!) - presented in a safe and family friendly environment.
Our fees are based on recovering costs and expenses only and not for profit gain, as the aim of the #Rhinomoon project is solely focused on rhino conservation and protection! Included are meals and accommodation, ample game viewing, bushwalks and full - moon patrols. All ages are welcome!
This facility has a wildlife rehabilitation centre and sanctuary.Read More
This is our “mother project” where #Rhinomoon was started in 2016.Read More
The most magical place to do what we love doing best – saving rhinos!Read More
People say that taking the road around the Drakensberg to the far north of the Limpopo, is like visiting Africa on its own.Read More
This is an exceptional, never - to - be - forgotten project!Read More
Visiting this project, so close to the Kruger National Park, it feels like you are inside the KNP itself.Read More
A Team - building exercise with a difference!Read More
Who would have guessed that one of the most stunning places on earth, is hidden away in our country’s smallest Province.Read More
Pretoria, South Africa
Phone: +27 83 759 1608
+27 72 714 0426