Khama Rhino Sanctuary in Botswana serves as a breeding ground and conservation area for 34 white rhinos and two black rhinos. Apart from these beautiful mammals, the garea is home to over 230 different bird species as well as other popular animals such as zebras, blue wildebees, springbok, gemsbok, kudu, leopard and ostrich.
Experience the splendour of this bio-diversity hub during a day visit where you can enjoy a picnic with the family or visit the restaurant for aunthentic African meals incorporating Botswana flavours and local produce. Alternatively, you can stay over a few nights in the park’s campsite or in one of the rustic chalets which offer ensuite bathrooms and a tranquil atmosphere .
While the animals are completely free to roam the area, if you can still enjoy a real animal encounter then embark on one of the game drives. The animals are used to slow driving vehicles and you will hopefully be presented with the opportunity to capture the perfect photograph of your experience.
The staff are also involved in extensive environmental education. The Southern Africa Rhino Specialist Group plans to establish the Khama Rhino Sanctuary as a breeding centre to promote the repopulation of white rhinos into Botswana. The Sanctuary is found in one of the most notable traditional villages in Africa and a walk through it will make for a fantastic start or end to your rhino adventure.