This video gives an update on Thandi, the brave survivor of the rhino poaching attack in March 2012. We encourage you to share it, and get involved in whatever way you can to help in the fight for the survival of rhino.
Kariega Game Reserve is excited to be hosting its first Art on Safari from 28 August to 1 September 2015. The event is organised by Africa Geograhic and lead by artist Alison Nicholls
Over the past two years former NBA basketball star Yao Ming and various film crews have visited Kariega Game Reserve to meet rhino Thandi and put together a documentary to help end trade of illegal ivory and rhino horn. This documentary, Saving Africa’s Giants with Yao Ming, will premiere on Tuesday, November 18 at 10 PM ET/PT (US) and Friday, November 21 at 9PM (UK) on Animal Planet.
Ranger Tayla shares some fascinating facts about Euphorbia trees in this short video clip.
The second edition of Angie's Conservation Diary, a personal account of rhino conservationist and Kariega intern Angie Goody, includes an update on rhino Thandi, educating the Kariega Conservation Volunteers and enjoying a spectacular Eastern Cape safari with elephants.
Angie's Conservation Diary is the personal account of rhino conservationist and Kariega intern Angie Goody. Angie usually lives in the Isle of Man and has been running her own own beef and sheep farm for 18 years. Probably the best way to describe her is a person who is passionate and devoted to saving rhinos!
With less than a month until opening, the construction of our new 5-star luxury tented safari lodge, Settlers Drift, is on track! The building of the nine super-spacious tented suites, main lodge area and facilities including a pool, restaurant, bar, wine cellar, boma, decks, library and curio shop are all going well.
Some lovely photo's of rhino Thandi taken by Angie Goody show her enjoying a wallow in the mud!
Thanks to Kariega guest Keith Carney for sharing the beautiful blesbok picture with us after his safari experience. Do you know the difference between a blesbok and a bontebok?
Local conservationist and author Bart Logie shares some memories and interesting information about the Four-striped grass mouse.