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Nov06

Surfer Gives It Horns

CATEGORIES // Rhinoprotect-blog

HANGING 10 FOR RHINOS

Surfer Gives It Horns

A SURFER muscled in, literally, to raise funds for rhino conservation. Dene Botha, a surfer, actor and entrepreneur, helped raise R 11 337.00 for RhinoProtect. RhinoProtect is an organisation dedicated to the protection and preservation of rhinos in this country. Botha raised the money through the Operation Man Cave promotion at the Decorex exhibition where he, sports' celebrities Bob and Dan Skinstad, talkshow host David Donde and...

Oct28

Banzi's Story: A Wildlife Miracle

CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

SAVING THE FASTEST RUNNING ANIMAL ON EARTH

Banzi's Story: A Wildlife Miracle

When Banzi was two months old, we (the Cape Cheetah team), realised that he had a problem with his legs. They started to grow out to the sides. Our handlers took some photos and send it to our vets Alex Lewis and the greatest cheetah specialists: Professor Metzler and Professor Tubessing . All of them had the same answer...There is nothing you can do and cheetah facing this genetic deficiancy had no chance to survive . He had a...

Aug03

10 Realistic Ways to Save the Rhino in South Africa

CATEGORIES // Rhinoprotect-blog

HOW YOU CAN HELP

10 REALISTIC WAYS TO SAVE THE RHINO It saddens one to think that the rhino is being hunted down for the value that its horn provides to dealers from Asian countries such as Taiwan, South Korea and China, where they would use it in traditional medicines. Middle Eastern countries like Oman and Yemen use it to make all kinds of ornaments that include ceremonial daggers and other jewellery. According to The Guardian, in August 2011 the...

Aug02

10 Creative Ways to Save the Cheetah

CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

GET INVOLVED IN THE FIGHT FOR LIFE!

According to a UNEP (United Nations Environment Program) report, the main reasons driving cheetahs to their extinction are "habitat loss and degradation, urban development and hunting". This sad reality results in the fact that, today, the cheetah population stands at 10% of their historic highs. In whole Africa, the estimated number of adults is not more than 10 000 and less than a thousand in South Africa. Moreover the loss of...

Jul31

Rhino Anti-Poaching Solutions

CATEGORIES // Rhinoprotect-blog

HOW TO SAVE THE RHINOS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Rhino Anti-Poaching Solutions

Rhinos of South Africa are the unfortunate victims of the horn trafficking meeting the demand of the Asian market using horns in some traditional remedies. According to the last updated statistics, dated 17 July 2012 of the Department of Environmental Affairs, last year has resulted in the slaughter of 448 rhinos, which means 115 more that in 2010. Has the extinction of the South African rhinos reach thepoint of no return yet?This...

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Reservations & Info

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

 

PO BOX 304 SEA POINT 8060
CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA

Tel:  +27 (0)214 344 639
Fax: +27 (0)214 331 157

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

Meet The Team

  • Meeting the Volunteers: Marion Sabatié

    Meeting the Volunteers: Marion Sabatié

    With her boundless energy and a permanent twinkle in her eye, Marion Sabatié reminds me of a mischievous pixie. I was with her when she first arrived at Inverdoorn and her nervous,...

  • Meet the Team: Leah Brousse

    Meet the Team: Leah Brousse

    The staff at Inverdoorn hail from various parts of South Africa, and even other parts of the world. As a result they all have very different and diverse backgrounds, but are connected by...

  • Meeting the Volunteers: John McIlvaine

    Meeting the Volunteers: John McIlvaine

    I mentioned previously that the cheetah team could no longer be referred to as the cheetah girls, and this is due to the presence of John McIlvaine. Coming from Seattle in the United...

  • Meeting the Interns: Victoria Paillusseau

    Meeting the Interns: Victoria Paillusseau

    Leaving one paradise for another, Victoria Paillusseau has come from her home in Mauritius to work at Inverdoorn as a lodge volunteer. This is her first time in South Africa and she...

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Did you enjoy your trip to Inverdoorn? Submit a review to Trip Advisor or send us a review via our website. We want to hear all about your trip: what you liked, what you saw, the best parts and any suggestions and ideas for how we can improve the experience for YOU are also welcome. You can read what others have said about us by checking out some of the articles and press releases or chat to other guests on Trip Advisor. You can even join our Inverdoorn Community and stay in touch with our rangers, animal handlers and other guests.

Contact Infos

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

PO BOX 304 SEA POINT 8060
CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA

Tel:  +27 (0)214 344 639
Fax: +27 (0)214 331 157

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

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