Rhino & Elephant Conservation Volunteering
Play your part in preserving Africa's iconic wildlife
Imire is a 10,000 acre family-owned conservancy in eastern Zimbabwe. Since our first black rhinos arrived in 1987, we have been dedicated to their protection, breeding and release. Today Imire is home to four white and eight black rhinos, including one calf born in June 2021. In February 2021 we began a new chapter in our history, when we welcomed the arrival of a pair of male cheetah, born in Canada.
Our volunteer programme takes a unique approach to the conservation of rhinos, elephants and cheetah and the preservation of the environment in which they live.
In addition to working with our wildlife, volunteers work closely with our local communities, participating in community-led projects which benefit children and adults in the whole area.
You will play a vital role in safeguarding the future of Zimbabwe's endangered species.