News & Events

the first Imire rhinoRead more +17 June 2020 By Zuz Travers in Conservation, People Of Imire, Rhino, Updates

The arrival of the first Imire rhino

The arrival of a new rhino has us reflecting on how it all began with the first Imire rhino orphans, way back in 1987.
White rhino mother and baby white rhinoRead more +12 June 2020 By Zuz Travers in Conservation, Rhino, Updates

New baby white rhino!

We are thrilled to announce the birth of a baby white rhino! Amazing news to give us hope in 2020.
IMIRE WALKING WITH RHINO 2Read more +18 May 2020 By Zuz Travers in Imire Lodge, Updates

Get back to nature in May and June

We are open! Escape the city and get back to nature. Visit Imire, enjoy our wonderful hospitality at Sable Lodge, or self-cater at either Numwa House or Wilderness Camp. Free activities through May.
Norman and CassiusRead more +30 April 2020 By Zuz Travers in People Of Imire, Updates

Who was Norman Travers?

Norman Travers started the Imire we know and love today, taking it from a cattle and tobacco farm, to a world-renowned wildlife conservancy dedicated to black rhino protection.
IMIRE FAMILY VOLUNTEERING 1Read more +28 April 2020 By Zuz Travers in Conservation, Updates

Wildlife lockdown ideas for kids!

We've added some wildlife and conservation activities for kids to join in with while you are stuck at home!
Nyasha serval catRead more +28 April 2020 By Zuz Travers in Conservation, Updates

Two minutes on…serval cats!

To kick off our new series 'Two minutes on...', we take a look at the beautiful serval cat.
Castle Kopje in the mistRead more +20 April 2020 By Zuz Travers in Updates, Volunteers

The meaning of Imire and history of Castle Kopje

These past weeks have us reflecting on Imire past and present. The area has a rich history, and here we look at the meaning of Imire and the history of Castle Kopje.
Read more +15 April 2020 By Zuz Travers in Updates, Volunteers

Meet Tarisai #PeopleofImire

Introducing Tarisai, one of our volunteer programme staff members, feeding volunteers in Chiwawe!
Rhino and baby rhinoRead more +27 March 2020 By Zuz Travers in Updates, Volunteers

Imire COVID-19 update

A message to all our volunteers, visitors, friends and family.
Read more +05 March 2020 By Zuz Travers in Updates, Volunteers

“We would return in a heartbeat!”

British volunteer, Vanessa, and her son Bailey (9) tell us about their family volunteer experience!
Read more +20 December 2019 By Zuz Travers in Conservation, Imire Lodge, People Of Imire, Updates, Volunteers

2019 – a year at Imire in pictures

What an amazing year 2019 has been! A year which has seen new rhinos born and rhinos released; hard work both in the conservancy and the community, and a new camp opened.
October volunteer groupRead more +20 November 2019 By Zuz Travers in Conservation, Rhino, Updates, Volunteers

Volunteer reviews – October

October volunteers share their experiences of the Rhino & Elephant Conservation and Horse Riding projects.
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