Nearly poached to extinction for their horns, rhinos are benefiting from anti- poaching efforts in South Africa. Be part of the movement during a conservation safari at 56-room andBeyond Phinda Private Game Reserve. A veterinary team searches via helicopter for a specific rhino, while travelers in a safari vehicle, led by an expert ranger, follow. Once the animal is located and darted, guests assist the team as they notch the sleeping rhino’s ear for research, place microchips in the horn and body for identification, and take measurements, horn shavings, and skin samples for DNA analysis. All proceeds go toward the cost of running Phinda’s rhino conservation and management project.