Golola Rhino Orphanage and Rehabilitation Centre
Help save Africa’s rhinos
Just as conservationists fight to protect important wildlife populations, a UNESCO World Heritage Site protects the legacy of a particular place. Golola offers you the chance to be part of both these stories. You’ll gain hands-on experience caring for orphaned or injured baby rhinos and monitor those released in a wildlife reserve within a UNESCO protected site.
In the morning you could be observing the training of an anti-poaching dog. In the afternoon you might be surrounded by wildebeest and zebra while monitoring rhinos successfully released back into the wild. And by night you could find yourself bottle feeding a recently orphaned baby rhino as it starts its rehabilitation journey.
With one-on-one supervision from a knowledgeable team of zoologists, conservationists and researchers, you’ll be actively involved in every detail of rhino rehabilitation.