Mantis Impact Experiences
Travel with Purpose
Travel with purpose and be part of a conservation legacy. Focused on ecotourism and sustainable travel, Mantis offers immersive opportunities for our guests to make a real and lasting impact for wildlife and communities.
Passionate conservationists within Mantis strive to curate these life-changing experiences to celebrate the locality of each Mantis destination. For decades, they have been working alongside and within Mantis’ hospitality network and are committed to supporting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, bringing to life the group’s mantra: Man And Nature Together Is Sustainable.
Mantis Rhino Conservation Experience
Mantis Impact Experiences has created a unique Rhino Conservation Experience which allows you to take part in an unforgettable, hands-on safari experience, focused on Rhino Conservation in South Africa.
With its rich history in conservation and an unpretentious feel of complete luxury, our 3 night/ 4-day experience will take place at Mantis Founder’s Lodge. Guests are accommodated in a luxurious setting throughout their stay, with an added experience of an authentic evening of bush camping.
Your experience includes
- All-inclusive (meals and local beverages)
- Big 5 safari experience
- Veterinary procedure
- Guided walking safari with wildlife tracking workshop
- Interactive drumming session
- An introduction to our white rhino and a rhino feeding experience
- Tree planting and introduction to our CCFA Bee project
- Interactive conservation presentations with guest speakers
Interactive Online Experiences
Be a part of a conservation legacy from afar when you join one of our interactive online experiences. These online events are important fundraisers for vital conservation work. Supporters enjoy the opportunity to interact with our conservation experts to learn about wildlife challenges while being exposed to conservation efforts on the ground.
Conserving Great White Sharks
Through our conservation education travel, we support the conservation of marine species including the notorious Great White Sharks of South Africa. We offer the opportunity to take part in ocean research alongside marine biologists, conservation of marine species and community outreach work. Guests from all over the world can enjoy the opportunity to experience unique marine-related projects in the biodiversity-rich environment of the Greater Dyer Island area, Gansbaai, South Africa and gain exposure to various marine species like Great White Sharks, Southern Right Whales, Dolphins and many marine bird species such as the endangered African Penguin