A unique opportunity to join African Vet Safaris for a once-in-a-lifetime safari experience, whilst also helping to conserve Africa’s wildlife through your participation.
Set in the northern area of KwaZulu Natal, this safari takes you ‘behind the scenes’, giving you the opportunity to interact with vets and guides while they go about their daily task of researching elephant herds and the endangered black rhino.
A key part of this research work is the capture and safe immobilisation of a chosen animal, in order to carry out various monitoring procedures – ear notching a rhino for positive identification and management reasons, and to help combat poaching, and also micro-chipping and blood sampling for research purposes; or placing a tracking collar on an elephant.
Although the focus of this safari will obviusly be on elephant and rhino, many other species will be viewed and enjoyed along the way.
The starting date is Sunday 4th September, and including one night in a Johannesburg hotel so that you can relax after your international flight, followed by 4 nights on safari, the cost of this adventure would be R31,290 per person sharing (single supplements will apply). The cost is based on a minimum of 6 guests participating in the safari, and is subject to a maximum of 8 guests.
The cost excludes international flights, but we can help arrange these too.
If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Tracey Campbell at Travel Butlers by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.