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Hosted Safari Will Help Save Rhinos

There is still time to sign up for a South Africa safari experience hosted by Vancouver-based safari expert Christine Boecker, to Kruger National Park.

She will direct this eye-opening and life-changing journey for a maximum of 30 travellers in May 2019.

In doing so, guests will be contributing to the conservation of endangered rhinos for future generations. Boecker will partner with the five-star Singita Lebombo Lodge for the four-day exclusive safari in Kruger to raise funds for the Black Rhino Guardianship Program. Bookings close Aug. 30.

The Kruger National Park’s Black Rhino Guardianship Program was initiated in southern Kruger in 2017 to safeguard the population through increased monitoring and understanding of black rhino movements. Greater knowledge of their movements, the indication of poaching hotspots, progressive veterinary interventions and targeted security initiatives have given black rhino in Kruger the best chance of survival in the face of unrelenting poaching pressures. Ten per cent of the tour price will be donated to the Black Rhino Guardianship Program.

Game viewing from open safari vehicles, expert wildlife guides, and guided safari walks for birdwatchers and reptile enthusiasts will all be part of the experience. Guests will also meet scientists and rangers of the Black Rhino Guardianship Program, and they will describe the successes and challenges in saving the species from extinction.

(https://www.travelboecker.com; info@travelboecker.com; 1-604-338-9211, 1-877-739-3653)

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