Leave your legacy in Africa

Leave your legacy in Africa

Rhino Africa

Rhino Africa was founded on a passion for the people, wildlife and spectacular landscapes of Africa. For over a decade, we have been tailor-making experiences for our guests from all over the globe. Come join us on our journey, and leave your legacy in Africa.

Three years in the making! This drone video captures the best footage from the most beautiful corners of Africa. Dramatic, stunning and magnificent, this video is a true reflection of this very special continent.

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There is no other place that could match it

There is no other place that could match it

  [Green Renaissance]

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • Existing here is a very fragile existence
  • There’s a balance
  • Mapungubwe is an ancient, ancient band
  • The enormous history
  • Time has carved its way through this area
  • There is no other place that could match it
  • The beautiful magnificent Baobabtrees
  • They’re primordial (existing at or from the beginning of time)
  • They stand dormant and sentinel (watch over so as to protect) in winter
  • There is so much life, it’s in the earth, and it’s in the environment and it’s in the animals
  • Some small experience that is just totally memorable
  • Without this pristine (in its original condition) wilderness, this place would be a much sadder place
  • We need to protect it from industrial development
  • Once we’ve lost this battle, there is nothing left for anybody

“Location – Mapungubwe is set against the northern border of South Africa, joining Zimbabwe and Botswana.




Vanessa Bristow is well acquainted with the traces that ancient life has left behind. She feels that at Mapungubwe there is an overwhelming sense of “enormous history, and evidence of how time has “carved its way” through the landscape.

However, the announcement that authorisation has been given to an Australian company called CoAL to construct an open-cast mine just outside of the boundaries of this conservation area will affect this fragile natural harmony. To Vanessa, without these pristine wilderness areas, “the world would be a much sadder place.”

Vanessa, like many others, believes that Mapungubwe should be preserved and protected from infrastructural development, and allowed to remain pristine for future generations to come, because as she says, “if we lose this battle, there’s nothing left, for anybody.”

[Green Renaissance] 
Read more about this World Heritage Site @ UNESCO : Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape