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Rex the Rhino

Biocamp Volunteer Initiative

Our Bio camps are directly involved with the Rex the Rhino Conservation Fund, our non-profit. By joining these ultimate camping experiences you will be positively influencing conservation in Southern Africa

So much of what we do and what we believe in, started way back in the 1990’s. Our founders and many of our team have started their careers working for both formal and private conservation organizations such as KZN Wildlife and SA National Parks.

By default (and through our complete love of everything conservation related) we stayed involved by establishing a Non-Profit, the Rex the Rhino Conservation Fund. We have kept it simple and transparent using the funds we have raised to purchase much needed conservation equipment for the people on the ground doing the amazing work they do to protect our wildlife.

Now, our Bio camps are directly involved with the Rex the Rhino Conservation Fund, through their conservation education initiatives

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Immerse yourself in the heart of South Africa’s indigenous Afro Temperate Forest and fynbos biomes – sleep in Biocamps Monday to Thursday with a break at Firefly Falls from Thursday to Sunday (back in the field Monday mornings) each week.

Volunteers will:

  • Learn to identify and remove invasive plant species.
  • Receive training in proper removal techniques.
  • Participate in ecological monitoring.
  • Engage in manual labour for alien vegetation removal.
  • Assist with growing and planting indigenous seedlings for reforestation.

The project’s aims:

  • Biodiversity restoration due to fire damage and invasive alien vegetation
  • Rehabilitation of the natural corridor along the Tsitsikamma Mountains
  • Education and environmental awareness.
  • Stimulating sustainable income streams for the local Kranshoek community
  • Research and monitoring.

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