The Rhino Awareness project is named in a brand new article in the Dutch magazine “Quest”.
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We’re happy to report that Harmen van Dijk from de Dutch newspaper Trouw published his Rhino Watch article this weekend. The editor chose to publish with drawings instead of images. An unusual choice, but now the attention really goes to the story, which is actually quite good.
The first 2 pages are about Samburu NP, Elephant Bedroom camp, romantic safaris and the big 5 in general (references to ‚Out of Africa’). The last page is about Rhino Watch, Solio Conservancy, the protection ...
The Rhino Camp & Awareness program is a nature and wildlife project in Kenya for everybody who is interested in learning more about African wildlife and the problems of Rhino Horn and Ivory trade.
The camp is a combination of wildlife education, rhino conservation and sustainable tourism.
We mainly visit private conservation areas, national parks and reserves off the beaten tourist track while experiencing the most breathtaking landscapes. You will have the chance to encounter the ‘Big Five’ – Rhinos, Elephants, Buffalos, ...Read More
We started this campaign to motivate people to travel to Kenya.
Only if we get many visitors we can show the locals that its worth to protect animals.
Africa looses a Rhino every 8 hours. This has to stop. Thats why we need you to travel and visit Kenyan wildlife. Ask a good travel agent or contact us.
We will have 6 special Rhino Awareness and big five Safaris coming up soon and your money will help to protect.Read More