#RHINORIDE2017 - 26th & 27th August

Entries will open on the 1st of May 2017 & are limited to 200 Riders

To be added to our waiting list email us on cycle@zululandrhinoreserve.co.za

Cycle, Camping & Meals R2500

This includes your two days of cycling, entry into the Reserve, your race T-shirt & goodie bag, your camp site with toilet & shower facilities (excluding tent) and all meals (Friday dinner though to Sunday breakfast)

Camping Only & Meals R1000

This includes your camp site with toilet & shower facilities and all meals (Friday dinner though to Sunday breakfast)

Included in the entry cost

  • 2 nights camping facilities
  • Meals from Friday evening through to Sunday Breakfast
  • Conservation Levy
  • Race entry for the two-day stage race
  • Goodie Bags
  • 3 water tables on route

Excluded in the entry cost

  • Tents and bedding for camping
  • Transportation to the event
  • Beverages, water
  • Personal energy supplements

The following options below can be added to your entry

Tent Hire  (incl Mattress) - For those city slickers who wish to rough it, hire our tents

  • 1 Man tents R200 for the weekend
  • 2 Man tents R300 for the weekend

Game drives at R350 per person

These will last approximately 2h30 on Saturday 8am & 3h30pm & Sunday 8am, the morning drives are prefect for the spectators, as these will meet the cycle route at various points.

Game drives will need to be booked in advance due to availability & space, so please specify the time on your entry

Elephant Interaction at R200 per adult & R100 per child

This will be held on Saturday at 11am & 3pm  & Sunday 11am

Space is limited to 30 people per interaction so booking in advance is a must

Zululand RHINO Reserve Foundation Caps at R120 each

Protection from the HOT Zululand Sun!!






2016 Rhino Ride Photo Discs at R110 each

- All funds raised from the #RhinoRide go directly to the Zululand RHINO Reserve Foundation -


“Committed to the conservation of endangered species whilst establishing, maintaining and supporting partnerships with neighboring Zulu communities”