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Our team of 18 intrepid riders have just returned from this year’s Challenge4ACause. They came back beaming – not just because they’d made it unscathed but because the Namibian desert really is a place of beauty.
Thanks to their sweat, tears and achy muscles, we’ve managed to raise money for Save The Rhino Trust and other charities. It’s not too late to make a donation to help conserve Africa’s animals! Read more about this year’s event here.
When not in the saddle, the riders managed to snap some shots of their epic desert adventure – take a look below. Click to enlarge. You’re sure to want to see it up close and for yourself though….!
The rocky road ahead…
Johan Maree from WildlifeACT Fund
The team spotted plenty wildlife en route, including antelope, zebra, giraffe, oryx and elephant. They heard hyenas close to their campsite at night, but saw no predators. The big cats must’ve been on lunch…
Setting up camp… chilled wine and cold beers by the box-load? Check!
Rhino Africa Sales Manager, Billy & Travel Consultant, Sian out of the office and in the saddle, riding for rhinos!
The desert is never too hot for a onesie!
Contact us for more information about getting involved or heading out on your own Namibian adventure!
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Tamlin has been exploring, writing about and photographing Africa ever since her first job as a photojournalist for Getaway Magazine. She's lived on an island, eaten with lions, sailed catamarans in the Indian Ocean, tracked wild dogs with Kinglsey Holgate, and white water rafted down the Zambezi and has kept just about every airplane ticket that has crossed her hands.
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