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Our Travel Experiences

Living with Orphaned Rhinos

Based on a beautiful game reserve near Nelspruit this sanctuary offers a safe home to abandoned, orphaned and injured wildlife in South Africa with the aim of rehabilitating them when even possible back to the wild.  Volunteers have the unique opportunity to help in the care and rehabilitation of some of Africa’s most endangered animals including orphaned infant rhinos.  The rate of rhino poaching is rapidly escalating, resulting in their being many orphaned calves in need of the specialist  care that this sanctuary offers.  Volunteers help to hand rear and rehabilitate rhinos as well as the other wildlife that has found a safe home here. Find out more ...

Our Ethos

Amanzi Travel is a family run organisation that was born out of our collective passion for animals and their welfare. It was the desire to do something positive in terms of the care and conservation of animals that led to our first visits to Africa and provided the inspiration for the set up of our company. We at Amanzi Travel all care deeply about the welfare of all animals and it is our motivation to do what we do. We are fortunate enough to be able to combine this passion with our jobs and are very proud to have arranged for hundreds of volunteers to help on worthwhile conservation projects throughout the world.  Find out more about Amanzi Travel.

Amanzi Travel do not work with any wildlife projects that are involved in the abhorrent practice of canned hunting or the hunting industry in general. Our volunteers can rest assured that this will always be the case. As well as visiting all of the projects that we work with in order to see the set up and conditions of animals for ourselves, we insist on the unequivocal reassurance from all our partners that they do not and will not supply animals for the hunting industry. If any of our projects were to be involved in this we would categorically not work with them or be involved with them in anyway.

We, like you, love animals, they are the reason behind what we do and we care deeply about their welfare.

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