Insimbi Legacy Projects

Polokwane, South Africa, Africa
We are a non-profit organization situated in the heart of the Limpopo Province. Our program is small with a maximum of 4 volunteers at any one time. WE promote sustainable and responsible tourism in the conservation sector. Our Rhino are wild and you will not have any physical interaction iwth them due to the fact that we aim to keep them in their natural habitat and wild as nature expects.

Volunteering Activities

Agriculture Work
Animal Care
Conservation Work

What We Need

Come and be extra 'boots on the ground' alongside the Insimbi team to help with the regular monitoring of our wild rhino and ensure their well-being and protection. Regular patrols of the farm's fence lines will also be required, which will involve some farm maintenance e.g. fence repairs, snare sweeps, alien plant removal as well as litter picking on occasions. You'll also be able to assist with our social media blogs, fundraising and local school activations as well as the maintenance of our trail cameras, which will give you an insight into what other wildlife lives on the farm, over and above the blue wilderbeest, giraffe, zebra and various antelope that can often be seen. In short, if you are 18+ years of age and would like to have a unique rhino experience out in Africa's wonderful bushveld, then please do get in touch!

When & Who

All year round
Yes, we require a minimum of 14 Days
Arrival and departure transfers from/to Polokwane take place on Mondays only so please take this into consideration when selecting your start/finish dates.
Individuals, Family with Kids, Groups, Retirees

What we Provide

Types: Volunteer House

Shared twin room accommodation

Wifi & Satellite
Hot Water
Swimming Pool
Local SIM Card
Hospital Transport

Our Fees

$120 daily
$100 One-time

Daily fees will cover your (shared twin) accommodation, electricity, hot water, T.Shirt, WiFi and transportation on the farm.
Excludes: transfers from/to Polokwane, meals, drinks and personal amenities.

Once your application is approved we will require a 10% non-refundable deposit to confirm your place with us. The balance of your fees will then need to be paid in to our bank account a minimum of 30 days prior to your arrival.

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Contact Person

Carmela Lattanzi
Polokwane, Polokwane, South Africa.
95% response rate , 43 hour(s) response time.

Other Ways to support us

Trails cameras (contact us for more information regarding this item)
SD cards (8 GB or larger)
Rechargeable batteries (AA & AAA)
16 slot battery multi-charger
Any old laptops/iPads which are no longer of use to you
External hard drives (1TB or larger)
GPS device (contact us for more information regarding this item)
Working gloves/garden gloves/leather gloves
Any gardening tools: wire cutters/pliers, saw, rake, pruners, shovels, spades, etc
First-aid kit supplies
Pencils & sharpeners
A4 white printing paper

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

Volunteer Co-ordinators x 1
Lodge Manager
Farm Manager
Anti Poaching Unit


International volunteers will need to check visa requirements from your own country should you wish to stay for longer than 3 months.

We are a non-profit organization situated in the heart of the Limpopo Province on a 5000 ha farm (12000 acres)
We work closely with white rhinos. You could play an important role in securing the future of endangered animals, working alongside anti-poaching rangers
Get involved in the daily care of white rhinos and other wildlife on the farm.
Have a once-in-lifetime opportunity to get behind the scenes and experience day-to-day life on a private property.
Monitor and observe a variety of large and small animals in a unique environment
Volunteer in Africa and help secure the future of the endangered Rhino. Experience daily life on a 12,000 acre family-run private conservancy. This volunteer program is especially suitable for:
Age 17+

The aim of the programme is to assist the reserve's established white rhino breeding and monitor programme; collect meaningful data and information relating to rhino and wildlife conservation and animal behaviour, and engage with the local community about wildlife conservation.
Volunteer Work
Volunteers contribute to a long term conservation project and get involved with a variety of conservation activities:
• work alongside rhinos.
• conservancy management
• wildlife monitoring
• anti-poaching patrols and snare sweeps
• educate school-children about conservation, wildlife and the environment
• learn about what is involved in running a conservancy
Wildlife conservation must go hand in hand with community education and engagement. A sharing of knowledge is key to the future security of Africa’s wildlife heritage. Volunteers work with community leaders and schools to share their passion for conservation and the environment.