Wilderness Safaris Launch Rhino Tracking Experience In Malawi’s Liwonde National Park

 

Wilderness Safaris Malawi has launched a new activity – the “rhino tracking experience” in Liwonde National Park for guests at Mvuu Camp and Lodge.

This exciting new conservation-based activity includes a briefing on the plight of the black rhino, a three hour walk into rhino territory (where guests will be able to participate in practical monitoring) and it ends with a bush breakfast or dinner.

This activity will allow guests the opportunity to see black rhino in the wild on foot, learn about this critically endangered species and participate in efforts to monitor and research the black rhino. Furthermore this activity is part of an effort to set up a sustainable funding method for the rhino conservation programme and 90% of all proceeds will go towards the programme to ensure the continued protection of black rhino in Liwonde National Park. This activity is a joint venture with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), the Department for National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) and Wilderness Safaris.