Rhino Charge

Rhino Charge 2024 - 1st June 2024

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I have purchased a Vehicle Pass (LAF). Is it linked to my car/my number plate?

When a Vehicle Pass (LAF) is purchased online through this ticketing system, the system will issue a LAF voucher which is linked to the PERSON who made this booking (i.e. name & ID will be required to redeem the voucher for the LAF sticker) and not to a VEHICLE in case the vehicle needs to be changed, due to a breakdown or any other reason. Please make sure that person who made the booking comes to the Rhino Charge with their ID and the voucher to redeem the LAF voucher at the entrance. Please note that the LAF is not refundable.

Can I bring my children to the Rhino Charge?

Yes. Each adult must create their own Rhino Charge Account. Children under 18 years of age can be added to an individual/adult booking. Please note that a maximum of 6 children can be added per individual/adult booking. The BURDEN OF PROOF FOR THE AGE OF A CHILD (anyone under 18 years) IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ADULT WHO MADE THE BOOKING TO PROVIDE (i.e. copy of birth certificate/passport).

Please note that all children coming to the event need to be registered under their parent/guardian’s profile in the ticketing system and must bring their I.D./Passport to the venue.

Can I make a group booking through the Rhino Charge ticketing portal?

No. Each adult must create their own Rhino Charge Account. Only a dependant, i.e. a child under 18 years old can be added to an individual/adult booking. Please note that a maximum of 6 children can be added per individual/adult spectator booking. To make an individual/adult booking you must be over 18 years. The BURDEN OF PROOF FOR THE AGE OF A CHILD (anyone under 18 years) IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ADULT WHO MADE THE BOOKING TO PROVIDE (i.e. copy of birth certificate/passport).

Do I need to bring my I.D/ Passport to the Rhino Charge venue?

Yes, you MUST bring your I.D. to the Rhino Charge venue, the same one you used to make the booking; otherwise you will not be allowed to enter the venue. This is necessary to make sure that:

  1. Your ticket belongs to you
  2. Your Vehicle Pass (LAF) voucher belongs to you
  3. Your accommodation booking belongs to you

Please note that all children must also bring their I.D./Passport to the venue.

Do I need a ticket to go to the Rhino Charge? Why?

From 2015 onwards, anyone who wants to come to the Rhino Charge has to purchase a ticket. This has become necessary due to the growing popularity of the event which has put the host communities and their land under increasing environmental pressure. By introducing a ticketing system, the organisers aim to make the Spectator Camp more attractive to responsible spectators by improving the spectators’ experience as well as improve the administration of the event.