We offer game drives all over the conservancy offering you a unique opportunity to see large herds of the majestic sable, kudu, buffalo and many other animals.
Sebakwe has over 200 bird species including the rare ground hornbill recoded within its boundaries. This is due to the availability of various habitat including the lake and many small dams, two major rivers as well as an expanse of a terrestrial habitat. This activity is open to all age groups.
MBRC offers fishing opportunities within the lake Sebakwe, the Sebakwe River. MBRC also has at `its disposal the Chitsuwa dam which is to the northen side of the conservancy. Target species include the Bream, the Bass, Bulldog and Catfish.
Midlands Black Rhino conservancy offers this rare adrenalin building opportunity for one to track and be up-close with the endangered black Rhino. Because the Rhino we have within the conservancy are not tame, we have put in an age restriction of 12+ years due to the associated accessibility and risk related reasons. Please note that we also require each participant to sign an indemnity clause so before commencing the Trip. .
Canoeing on the Sebakwe River Lake, which stretches for about 15km upstream is open to people who have their own equipment as well as their own guide.
Night drives provide an opportunity to see the elusive animals that hide in the cover of the night.
A fun and amazing way to view the fantastic Midlands Black Rhino Conservancy sights from the air.
Our conservancy is a great place for mountain bike tours as it brings you away from civilisation, allowing you to experience the proverbial "next level" country adventure where you escape the confines of pavements, the roaring traffic and the increasingly motorised din of modernity.
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