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Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is a collaborative effort between Rhino Fund Uganda (a Ugandan NGO committed to the restoration of Uganda’s rhino population) and the Uganda Wildlife Authority.
The sanctuary offers a secure place where rhino populations can be expanded by breeding, protected from human and non-human predators and gradually be re-introduced into Uganda’s national parks, while at the same time allowing the public to enjoy these majestic animals. The sanctuary also provides a safe haven for a healthy population of smaller game species, notably the beautiful bush buck and an abundance of wetland birdlife, including the rare and elusive shoebill stork.
This day trip provides the opportunity to track and observe Uganda’s only White Rhino population on foot within the sanctuary.
Red Chilli Hideaway
Please be at the Red Chilli reception by 6.30am at the latest. Depart at 6.45am in a customised pop-top safari minibus with driver/guide.
Tracking and viewing the rhinos usually involves a short drive followed by 1.5 – 2 hours walking and viewing with a ranger. The total activity time will vary according to where the rhinos are currently situated within the sanctuary but you will be able to enjoy an hour in the close vicinity of the rhinos once found. Closed shoes, long trousers and insect repellent are strongly recommended.
Enjoy lunch at Amuka Safari Lodge (included in the price). It is also possible to use the pool, for those who would like to cool down before heading back to Kampala.
Head back to Kampala. Depending on traffic, you should be back at Red Chilli at around 6pm.
WHAT WE SUGGEST YOU BRING: A photocopy of your passport, including the visa page; torch; malaria prophylaxis; insect repellent; sturdy walking shoes and long trousers for hiking; binoculars; camera equipment; plenty of drinking water/snacks; any other personal affects, light coloured clothing (NB There are tsetse flies in the park, which are attracted to blue or dark colours)
From only US$140 per person.
Price dependent on number of people on Safari
|1 Person||2 People||3 People||4 People||5 People||6-8 People|
|Standard Price (Per person)||$ 340||$ 220||$ 175||$ 155||$ 145||$ 130|