The last true safe heaven for these “prehistoric” animals – the magnificient Black and White Rhinos.
The Sanctuary’s roads are well maintained to make them suitable for self-drive game viewing in four and two-wheel drive bakkies. Buy a copy of the map at the Entrance Gate and follow the signs to find your way round the Sanctuary. Basic binoculars are available to hire and the friendly staff can help answer your questions about the Sanctuary. Wood for fires and braais can be bought here, as well as ice, cold drinks and basic provisions. There is also a craft shop selling various local crafts, books, maps, souvenirs and postcards.
Here, you will get to track Rhinos by following on its tracks and learning a few tricks about the wild. This activity is very interesting and is conducted in the mornings only accompanied by our qualified guides. The purpose of the activity is not only to find the rhinos, but also to learn some survival techniques and habits that these animals have adopted in their evolution.
The following are some of the things you need to know regarding this activity:
- Starts at 0600 hours.
- Wear appropriate footwear and bush- colored clothing.
- Only persons aged between 16 – 60 may participate in Rhino tacking
- Groups of eight people may go Rhino tracking at a time.
Khama Rhino Sanctuary has a variety of accommodation facilities. They have facilities that are ideal for a family, individuals and for a group. They also have campsites that are ideal for anybody that wants to experience solitude and the sounds of the wild.