The Aspinall Foundation - Adopt an animal
The Aspinall Foundation - Adopt an animal

Supporter, meet the real-life unicorns this half term!

Email sent: Oct 26, 2021 12:28pm
Meet the rhinos at Port Lympne Reserve this October half term and help save the real-life unicorns!


Ever wanted to see a

real-life unicorn?!


History tells tales of people claiming to have seen a majestic, horned creature appear before them. Many now believe this could have been early reports of rhino encounters!  This could actually make a lot of sense, given that some of the closest relatives to rhinos are horses!  You could experience your own close encounter with one of our majestic rhinos this half term!

Will you spot the

Port Lympne Pride?


Adras, Oudrika, Binti, Kulinda and the cubs have moved!  You'll now find the Port Lympne Pride in their huge new enclosure between the safari drop-off point and Babydoll's restaurant.  The family have been busy exploring the former European bison & Przewalski horse paddock and providing lots of stunning photo opportunities for the keen photographers amongst our visitors.  Young male Khari, has reached an age where he would naturally disperse from the group and is now housed opposite Babydoll's Restaurant, where he will soon be joined by a new friend. Watch this space!


How your visit helps rhinos go

back to the wild!


Your visit helps to fund not only the care of the animals here at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve but will also support our overseas projects, including our work with both black rhinos and white rhinos in South Africa. Thanks to the generosity of visitors like you, we - in conjunction with The Aspinall Foundation (charity number 326567) - have released 8 black rhinos from Port Lympne Reserve back to the wild .

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The Howletts Wild Animal Trust Limited, Bekesbourne Ln, Bekesbourne, Canterbury, Kent CT4 5EL, United Kingdom, 01227 721286


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