Rhino Ranger Support Scheme Field Trip

Join us on the Rhino Ranger Support Scheme field trip in June 2018!!

Make your donation personal and join SARF’s Rhino Ranger Support Scheme field trip. This is a unique experience, compared to no other, where you are able to spend time in the field with the rangers you have helped employ, train and equip.

You will be staying at the $1,200 per person per night lodge at Sango Ranch for 5 nights.  It’s the most amazing package that we offer, as the TOTAL cost is only $6,950, share twin,  including your return airfares (from Perth), transfers, accommodation, drinks and activities and also including a tax deductible $3,500 donation to the ranger programme.  This is strictly limited to just a few of you.

This really is a magnificent trip to one of the biggest private wildlife reserves in the world. Please check this out ; http://savevalleyconservancy.org/    It’s available to our supporters at a mere fraction of its true worth, as above – $11,950 of accommodation, fares and activities for just $6,950. And it’s 5 star luxury as this link shows you; http://www.sango-wildlife.com/

You will have one night in Harare to get over your flight, then five nights at Sango Lodge, where we’ll do game viewing, rhino tracking, activities with the anti-poaching unit, rangers and tracking dogs, sundowners, interesting chats and a whole lot more!  Then back to Harare for a night and then return home or visit somewhere else in the region (at additional cost).

New dates for the 2018 trips are: 1 – 9 June 2018.  Don’t delay, jump aboard NOW and ensure the African experience of a lifetime. Just email me that you are interested and we can go from there.

If you would like to personally sponsor a ranger for a 12 month period please contact  Nicholas on 08 9444 6550 or 0417 937655, or email your expression of interest to: nicholas@savefoundation.org.au 

Please have a look at the flyer and booking form below. (Please note attached form has details for the 2017 trip which is now out of date)



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We would like to acknowledge photographer T.D. Marks  (http://www.tdmarks.net/home) for being part of the SARF Rhino Ranger Support Scheme experience and donating the images for our use.