Whilst at the sanctuary you will also come across a whole host of other wildlife species such as the Ugandan Kob, bushbuck, hippos and crocodiles. Not forgetting the very fiendly Ugandan Crowned Crane that is a frequent guest in camp.
There is always lots to see and do on the sanctuary after you have seen the Rhinos.
There is a lovely campsite, which has a huge sturdy fence around it to keep the rhinos out. There are also comfortable guest rooms and a lodge for those who like a little more luxury.
On a recent Safari in Uganda we were awoken during the middle of the night to the load rasping cough of a nearby Leopard. This noise grew louder and louder and at one stage, we knew this magnificent beast was passing very close to our tents. We rested assured that close by there was a ranger who stayed in the camp site during the night to protect us keeping the embers of the fire going.
We really were in the wilds of Africa, surrounded by some of the most magnificent wildlife on the planet.
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To find out more about the great work of Ziwa have a look at <a title="Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary" href="http://www.rhinofund.org/">http://www.rhinofund.org</a>