White rhino mother with young: Rhino are a special ancient species that are highly protected. They are seen in secure Parks and are guarded in various ways to ensure that our Natural Heritage is not lost. The rhino of Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park were some of the few that remained after the demise of the many that were historically to be … Read More
Rhino have friends: Look carefully, this photo is unusual as it shows an optical double but it is actually two rhino one walking behind the other! Rhino are often seen walking together in small group called a “crash of rhino” Mothers also have strong strong bonds with their calves. However at times, it would be 2 adult friends that can … Read More
Rhino and hippo often use the same water source in the Elephant Coast and it is inevitable that they will have close encounters with one another. It has been reported that skirmishes have occurred but that hippo seem to win the fight for territory with rhino backing off. However others have observed that at times they tolerate and perhaps even … Read More
We watched this rhino drinking water. He then he settled down into a cool mud bath to ward off ticks and other insects – I (Janet) captured the photo on an interesting game drive with Leopard Walk Lodge.
The Bateleurs provides an aviation service to environmentalists throughout Southern Africa. The United Nations Millenium Goals lists ‘Ensuring Environmental Sustainability’ as one of its eight key initiatives for 2015. Two of these targets are directly related to The Bateleurs’ mission: integrating the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programmes to reverse the loss of environmental resources; and achieving … Read More
Often rhino with exceptionally long horns are seen during game drives in Hluhluwe Game Reserve. We are able to assist you by arranging game viewing in an open game drive vehicle to Hluhluwe Game Reserve with a qualified guide or you may self drive through the reserve.