A Rhino is killed
every day
in south africa

Time is running out.
Your donation can help protect them.

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The true benefits
of private wildlife conservation

  • A recent annual report by SANParks shows that South Africa’s Kruger National Park has lost an alarming 70% of its rhino population in the last decade.

  • In contrast, private reserves experience very few poachings. Only 37 of the 394 rhinos killed in South Africa in 2020 were on private reserves. Rockwood, for one, has not had a single poaching incident in the last five years.

  • In addition, our reserve has celebrated the birth of more than 160 baby rhinos to date, with 10 newborns joining our family as recently as February 2021, taking our rhino population to more than 300.
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WE CANNOT DO IT ALONE.

With no government funding, our rhino survival depends entirely on the generous contributions of people like you.

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160 baby rhino births... and counting!

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Our Donation Promise

100% of your donation goes to keeping our rhinos alive.

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Wish To Volunteer In Africa? Pack Your Bags!

Are you inquisitive? Do you love change, adventure and discovering new places, new horizons and new ways of looking at the world? Most importantly, do you care? South Africa is home to some of Africa’s most important conservation projects where wildlife experts are fighting the threats to wildlife and biodiversity daily.

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How Your Donation Saves Rhinos At Rockwood

No matter where they are in the world, you can join the fight to save the African rhino. Apart from visiting us as a tourist or volunteer, you can sponsor a rhino or donate towards their care. We provide a detailed breakdown of what it takes to care for rhinos, so you know that your donation goes directly towards conservation.

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VOLUNTEERING TO SAVE WHITE RHINO

Volunteer Your Gap Year To Save The White Rhino

Using your gap year to volunteer for a cause in need is a sure way to find out who you really are. As Mahatma Gandhi said: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” So, where do you want to lose yourself? With 1 million species now critically endangered, our wildlife needs all the help it can get.

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