The vehicle, which has been aptly named Rhino One, can regularly be sighted by Angama Mara guests in the Reserve as the park rangers execute their daily patrols. In order to ensure the ongoing success of this initiative, the Foundation also covers the ongoing running costs to allow the anti-poaching team to effectively monitor the territories used by the Reserve’s black rhino population.
The Mara Triangle is home to the Big Five, including a small and healthy population of critically endangered black rhino. This is in no small part due to the tireless efforts of the Mara Conservancy, the not-for-profit organisation that manages the Mara Triangle.
While out on safari, Angama Mara guests may be lucky enough to see black rhino in their natural habitat, but even if not, they can rest assured that their contribution through their nightly Angama Foundation donation, has played a part in securing a future for the rhino of the Mara Triangle.
Adam Bannister | 10 December 2019
A Bastion For The Big 5
Stratton Hatfield | 17 April 2017
Named for the Roman God of War: Africa’s Martial Eagle
Rhino Ark Charitable Trust | 3 December 2014
‘Rhino Charging’ Raises over a Million Dollars for Conservation