Where to See Rhinos

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Reasons why Rhinos are Endangered

Why is it so challenging to See Rhinos in the Wild?  During the colonial period, uncontrolled hunting caused massive population collapses to the brink of extinction.

The Best Places to See Rhinos in the Wild

Etosha National Park, Namibia

Since 1907, Etosha has been a game reserve. A 5000-square-kilometer salt pan is surrounded by grass and thorn savannahs, mopane bushland in the west, and dry forest in the northeast.

Kruger National Park, South Africa

There are about 3,000 white rhinos and 300 black rhinos living in the park again. They are quite blind, but due to their excellent hearing and nose, it is difficult to get near them.

Serengeti National Park, Tansania

Serengeti National Park is very proud of its large population of white rhinos and their offspring! More than 40 young animals have been born at the park since it opened, romping across the vast areas and enchanting our visitors.

Kaziranga National Park, India

The best chance to see these living giants in the wild is in Kaziranga National Park in Assam.  The national park is the most important protected area for the tank rhinoceros and is home to over 70% of the world’s population.


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