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What’s Included

  • Return flights from anywhere in the world and 4-nights luxury accommodation for 2 people
  • A day with the Lion Whisperer and his pride of lions
  • Lunch with Kevin Richardson and his team in the game reserve
  • 2-day safari with Rodney Nombekana and a ‘night safari’ at Pilanesberg Game Reserve
  • Sundowners and dinner under the stars

Experience Summary

If you’ve ever dreamt of going on Safari, there’s really no better person to do it with than Kevin Richardson.

We are partnering with the Kevin Richardson Foundation and the “Lion Whisperer” himself, to give one lucky winner a safari experience of a lifetime! Donate today in exchange for entries into our life-changing prize draw. To read more about the amazing work that Kevin does click here!

Aptly named “The Lion Whisperer”, Kevin has dedicated his life to caring for and transforming the way humans perceive large carnivores. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is your chance to have a personal experience in witnessing Kevin’s unique relationship with animals at his wildlife sanctuary in South Africa.

You’ll enjoy 4-nights luxury accommodation, including 2-nights in the heart of the Dinokeng Big 5 Game Reserve, a day with Kevin and the lions he rescued from the captive breeding industry and canned hunting industry. The prize also includes lunch with Kevin and his team, a 2-day safari with wildlife photographer and field guide Rodney Nombekana, as well as a special night-safari in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve.

Nowhere else will you witness first-hand how man and lion co-exist with such respect. This really is an experience that will stay with you forever – scroll down to enter!

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The Charity

Kevin Richardson Foundation

The Kevin Richardson Foundation is a non-profit conservation organisation with nature’s most majestic creature, the lion, at its heart.

Launched in early 2018, the Foundation is committed to changing and reversing the state of Africa’s declining lion population by purchasing habitat and raising awareness to create safe, natural spaces where lions and other native species can flourish. By partnering with specialised organisations and engaging with disadvantaged communities on the fringes of these protected areas, the Foundation also aims to minimise human/wildlife conflict whilst improving living conditions for local villages. The Foundation is also committed to helping bring an end to the deplorable practice of canned lion hunting and the lion bone trade. These practices are legal in South Africa and have resulted in approximately 10,000 lions being held in largely unregulated captive environments.

With scientists predicting the extinction of lions in the wild by 2050, there is an urgent need to address this crisis. In addition, awareness is needed around ethical tourism practices to prevent the perpetuation of canned hunting and lion bone industries.

The Effect Your Donations Have

Your kindness and support helps with our partnership, education and land projects. Find out more here.


The Kevin Richardson Foundation believes strongly in collaboration with likeminded individuals. Conservation is a team effort and it is only through working together across multiple platforms that common goals will be reached.

The Foundation has partnered with various organisations during the past few years, ranging from research and science organisations, filmmakers and assisting other NGOs aim to preserve lion as a flagship species. To find out more about the Foundation’s partnerships, click here.


Education forms a major part of the Kevin Richardson Foundation’s mandate, as they recognise the crucial role it plays in protecting the future of wildlife. The Foundation currently has two education programmes – one for international secondary and the other with their local communities at heart. The international education programme aims to spread awareness of the plight of lions through the youth, by giving them a voice and platform to become lion ambassadors. The local education programme is aimed at the communities on the outskirts of the Dinokeng Big 5 Game Reserve, and educates children between the ages of 3 and 6 on wildlife and the value it holds.


Land is one of the biggest reasons for the reduced numbers of wild lions in Africa, as less than 10% of their original habitat remains. With scientists predicting the extinction of lions in the wild by 2050, wildlife habitat remains a large priority for conservation of the species.
The Kevin Richardson Foundation claimed their first tract of land to protect in perpetuity in 2018, and are currently on the lookout for the next opportunity that arises.

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70% of profits go directly to our charity partners so they can continue their amazing work all around the world.


30% of profits go to covering our operational costs and other costs associated with marketing the experiences