A Conservation Journey in South Africa


Rhino Notching in Pilanesberg

Posted on: 3 April 2024 | Written by: Remi Guiot

In the heart of South Africa’s Pilanesberg National Park, an essential conservation effort unfolds: Rhino notching. Recently, our incentive manager Carmen and her clients had the privilege of participating in this impactful activity.


Rhino notching is a crucial conservation technique aimed at protecting these magnificent creatures. It involves carefully immobilising rhinos to notch their horns, to ultimately protect them from rhino poaching in the future.


Carmen’s experience in Pilanesberg was awe-inspiring. Alongside a team of experts, she witnessed the delicate process of notching and gained insights into the challenges facing rhino conservation, including poaching and habitat loss.


Participating in rhino notching was a profound connection to a cause greater than themselves. It highlighted the power of collective action and the importance of responsible tourism in supporting conservation initiatives.


In conclusion, rhino notching in South Africa, is a beacon of hope for the future of these endangered giants. Through concerted efforts and dedication, we can ensure their continued presence in our world.