Mantis Impact Experiences
Travel with Purpose
Focused on ecotourism and sustainable travel, Mantis Impact Experiences offer the travellers seeking an immersive experience the opportunity to make a real impact for conservation. You could find yourself behind the scenes at ongoing conservation programmes contributing to the protection of rare species, enrolling in a nature course, or participating in wildlife operations. This is travel out of the ordinary making lifelong memories through rare experiences.
Passionate Conservationists within Mantis strive to create sustainable adventures and celebrate the locality of each Mantis destination. For decades, they have been working alongside and within Mantis’ hospitality network, bringing to life the groups 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 5 night/ 6 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 experience
- Veterinary procedure and Rhino feeding
- Guided bushwalk (track and sign workshop)
- Interactive drumming session
- An introduction to Munu the blind Black Rhino
- Tree planting and introduction to Bee project (CCFA)
- Interactive conservation presentations with guest speakers
Bookings are limited – contact to enquire
A Rhino Dehorning Procedure – Join our Virtual Event
Mantis Impact Experiences, in partnership with Bench Events, has launched it’s first virtual live conservation event!
Munu is a permanently blind rare Black Rhino who is currently being cared for in his sanctuary at Mantis Founders Lodge.
Register today to book your spot to watch a live procedure done by veterinarian Keith Ross as he removes Munu’s horn to ensure his future safety from poachers.
The event will be hosted by Shannon Elizabeth, and is taking place on 28th January 2021. The funds raised from this masterclass will go towards caring for Munu, administered by the Shannon Elizabeth Foundation.