September 22nd is celebrated as World Rhino Day, a time when the world shifts its focus to one of the planet’s most endangered animals, and shed light on what can be done to prevent them from becoming extinct.
There are only five remaining species of rhino: Black, White, Greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan rhinos. The current surge in poaching for their horns has seen record numbers of these rhinos being killed in recent years. It is time to do what we can to reduce the threats rhinos face every day.
Kenya has the 3rd largest population of rhinos in the world after South Africa and Namibia. This shows the effort Kenya has put in place in rhino conservation. We all have a key role to play in ensuring the survival of these magnificent animals. You can participate in conserving the Rhinos by booking your African Safari with Us!