Charity Hike for Rhinos | Island Nature Reserve, Nelson Mandela Bay | Saturday, 23 October | Entry: R50
The WFA works to protect and sustain wildlife and wilderness through integrated conservation and education programmes, anti-poaching in the field, large landscape wilderness management, and developing youth from disadvantaged communities for careers in conservation. A light aircraft for the ECPTA’s Rhino Monitoring Programme, which conducts two to three flights per week is made available through the WFA.
More about Bushbuck Hiking Trail:
The Green Flag status Bushbuck hiking trails are easy to do, accommodating all fitness levels, from young to elderly. There are excellent vantage points with coastal views, Yellow Wood and Milkwood trees, and animals such as vervet monkeys, duikers and bushbucks can be seen along the trails, on a lucky day porcupines, bushpigs and caracal can also be seen.
Registration will take place at the Island Nature Reserve all day on Friday, 22 October as well as between 7-9am on Saturday, 23 October 2021.
• Water will be available but hikers should also bring their own filled water bottle.
• Bring your sunscreen, hats etc.
• All COVID-19 protocols will be observed.
• If you are unable to make it on the day and would like to make a donation contact us!