Imire: Rhino & Wildlife Conservation, Wedza

Walk with the black and white rhinos, feed the elephants, and watch herds of game galloping at Imire: Rhino & Wildlife Conservation. This wildlife sanctuary was founded by cattle ranchers Norman and Gilly Travers in 1952. Their children have continued their ardent work and are still hand-raising rhinos on their parents' former farm. Note that this is not a safari, but a reserve, and some animals are kept in enclosures while some are nearly domesticated, which makes close encounters possible. The sanctuary also boasts a camping area and offers overnight stays at guest lodges complemented with buffet lunches and candlelit dinners. Add Imire: Rhino & Wildlife Conservation and other attractions to your Mashonaland East Province trip itinerary using our Mashonaland East Province vacation builder website .
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  • A fantastic day filled with fun from the warm blankets they give us druning the game drive and a very delicious lunch and great service it was just what I needed after a hard week love it a must do  more »
  • I spent a week volunteering at Imire and it was the best experience ever! The volunteer house is absolutely amazing, the food is great, people are warm and kind. Vera, Sam, Mr. Brown, Bright, Trymore,...  more »
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