Experience, first hand, the work of the centre separated into 3 sections: participation; conservation; and sightseeing with this in-depth 21-day program at HESC in beautiful Limpopo, South Africa
- Based at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre, the centre is home to Cheetah, Wild Dogs, White Rhino, Lion, African Wild Cats, Ground Hornbills, Sable Antelope, to name a few.
- Get the opportunity to learn more about the day-to-day operations at “Rescued Rhinos @ HESC”, a sanctuary for orphaned rhinos and rhinos which have been victims of poaching
- Be part of a hands-on team which mediates the well-being of the animals as well as have the opportunity to visit places of interest and attractions in the area, including the renowned Kruger National Park
Duration: Open ended
When: Open all year round (except on Christmas Day)
Where: Located in Limpopo province in Hoedspruit, South Africa. Telephone: +27 15 793 1633/1825
Fax: +27 793 1646
Weather: Weather dependent
What to Wear: Comfortable clothing and shoes
Things to Bring: Camera, sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat
Minimum Age: 18 years
Fitness Level: Average
Inclusions: Accommodation consists of twin thatched huts (separate facilities are available for male and female participants), three meals per day are prepared by participants in the camp (team building experience), kitchen and barbeque facilities, telephone facilities are available (at participant’s own expense), basic laundry facilities for hand-washing are available in the camp, Sundays are spent at leisure.
Exclusions: Food and items of a personal nature
*As HESC is a conservation and animal care centre, and not a natural reserve, animals are housed within enclosures separated by fences. As part of HESC’s policy, there is no direct interaction between man and animal, as their core focus is on giving these animals an environment as close to their natural one as possible