Start your day the best way – by meeting the Southern White Rhino crash!
With three females, one male and one not so little calf, Monarto Safari Park’s Southern White Rhinos are one group you will want to crash in on time and time again. And when better to visit than when they’re having their breakfast?
Join a Monarto Safari Park keeper at the rhinos’ behind-the-scenes night quarters as the gentle giants start their day by tucking into their morning feed. This is also the perfect opportunity for guests to enjoy a unique and memorable up-close encounter with the rhinos before they head out to their exhibit.
During the tour, you’ll learn all about the rhinos at Monarto Safari Park and the plight of cousins in the wild. You’ll also get a rare look behind the scenes, so make sure to have your cameras and phones at the ready!
Meet the rhinos – a real must for all rhino lovers, keen conservationists and those looking for a memorable morning adventure.
Please note the minimum age for this experience is 10 years.
Highlights of this experience
- Get up close with the Southern White Rhino crash
- Rare glimpse at the rhino’s night quarters
- Small group – great opportunity to ask questions and take photos
- Hear the latest news about the crash direct from their keeper
A crash is the collective noun for a group of rhinos – this perfectly sums up their sheer power and the speed at which they can run.
The Southern White Rhino is one of the largest land animals on earth and has the biggest horn of all rhinos’!
A rhinos physiology closely resembles that of zebras and horses, having the same basic digestive tract (single-chambered stomach).