Jamie Rides For Rhinos at the Kariega Game Reserve!
Jamie Rides For Rhinos at the Kariega Game Reserve!

Jamie Rides For Rhinos at the Kariega Game Reserve!

Kariega 'Big 5' Conservation Project

Kariega 'Big 5' Conservation Project

7 - 84 Nights from $994.00

Volunteer with the 'Big 5' on one of the country’s most diverse wildlife reserves.

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David's Journey as a Return Volunteer in Africa and Sri Lanka!

David's Journey as a Return Volunteer in Africa and Sri Lanka!

Return volunteer David Pratt has joined the Kariega 'Big 5' Conservation Project in Africa and The Great Elephant Project in Sri Lanka and has shared his amazing experiences. From memorable wildlife encounters to valuable tips for future volunteers, find out more about his journey in today's blog.

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 Alert: Launch of New Rhino Rescue Project!

Alert: Launch of New Rhino Rescue Project!

We have just launched an incredible new project in South Africa: The Great Rhino Rescue Mission! Join this project and you’ll have the unique opportunity to help with a critical rescue mission to save rhinos and relocate them to the safety of the vast SanWild reserve. Are you ready for an unparalleled rescue adventure for a highly endangered species?

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Two Rewilded Cheetahs, Two Years On - A Remarkable Rewilding Story

Two Rewilded Cheetahs, Two Years On - A Remarkable Rewilding Story

Join us on a remarkable rewilding journey as we revisit the inspiring story of Kumbe and Jabari, two cheetah brothers born in captivity who found their way back to the wild in Zimbabwe. Two years later, we delve into their Phase 3 of release with updates from The Rhino & Elephant Conservation Project.

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Posted by Georgia Wilson on 15th Sep 2020 1 min

On Saturday 29th August 2020, endurance athlete Jamie Marais embarked on a super-human challenge where he cycled a vertical ascent of 9,000 metres within the Kariega Game Reserve in just 36 hours! Watch his incredibly challenging but extremely impressive journey in the video below:



The money raised by Jamie has been directly donated to the Kariega Foundation where it will benefit the Rhino Anti-Poaching Unit, as well as the Community Food Relief Programme both of which have been severely impacted by COVID-19. 

There is still time to help fund the protection of rhinos and feed those in need by visiting:
https://www.givengain.com/cc/jamierides4rhinos/

A huge congratulations and well done to Jamie!

(For more information on the Kariega Game Reserve and how to become a volunteer, see the Kariega 'Big 5' Conservation Project.)

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