Khama Rhino Sanctuary

Tour Khama Rhino Sanctuary

Botswana
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Khama Rhino Sanctuary
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The Khama Rhino Sanctuary is a beacon of conservation in Botswana, strategically located just outside the town of Serowe. Covering a 4,300-hectare expanse, this community-driven sanctuary was established in 1992 with a vision to revive the rapidly declining rhino populations in the region, particularly the white rhinos.

The very essence of the sanctuary is its focus on conservation, education, and community upliftment. Through its efforts, the Khama Rhino Sanctuary has successfully provided a secure environment for rhinos, paving the way for their numbers to gradually increase.

Visitors to the sanctuary are treated to the gentle sight of white rhinos, grazing peacefully or wallowing in mud baths. While the rhinos are undeniably the main attraction, Khama is also home to an array of other wildlife. Zebras, giraffes, wildebeests, ostriches, and a variety of antelopes can be spotted against the backdrop of Kalahari sandveld, with its unique vegetation of acacia and grassland habitats.

Birdwatchers are in for a delight as the sanctuary boasts over 230 species of birds. The varied habitats, from grasslands to wetlands, provide a perfect setting for birding excursions. Look out for the vivid Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill, the enigmatic Kori Bustard, or the melodious Cinnamon-breasted Bunting among many others.

For those keen on delving deeper into the sanctuary's landscapes, there are guided game drives, where experienced guides share insights into the region's ecology and the sanctuary's conservation efforts. Self-drive options are also available for those wanting a more solitary experience. Furthermore, there are well-marked walking trails, offering a more intimate connection with the land and its inhabitants.

Accommodations at Khama range from campsites to chalets, ensuring a comfortable stay amidst nature. The community involvement in the sanctuary not only promotes responsible tourism but also ensures that the benefits of the sanctuary are channeled back to the local people.

In essence, the Khama Rhino Sanctuary is more than just a wildlife reserve; it is a testament to the harmonious potential of community, conservation, and tourism. A visit here not only offers a delightful wildlife experience but also supports a noble cause, making every moment spent truly meaningful.

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Geeky Facts about Khama Rhino Sanctuary

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The endangered black and white rhinos live at KRS.

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Founded in 1992 to help prevent the extinction of the rhinoceros

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There are over 30 animal species and more than 230 types of birds.

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