Rhino Charge Tickets
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, their comfort and security as well as improve the administration of the event. The new measures have also been put in place to ensure the environmental friendliness and sustainability of the event.
Please do NOT attempt to come to the venue if you have not made your purchase through the Rhino Charge Ticketing Portal.
Strictly no exceptions!
Rhino Charge FAQs
About the Rhino Charge
Access to the Rhino Charge
Spectator Camping at the Rhino Charge
|Bunduz Budget||Bunduz Economy|
|A tent for 2 people- self-drive||15,000||18,500|
|A tent for 1 person- self-drive||17,000||20,000|
|A tent for 2 people- transport included||22,500||25,000|
|A tent for 1 person- transport included||24,000||28,000|
All options listed above are rates per person, full board, for a 2-night package.
|Bunduz Budget||Bunduz Economy|
|A tent for 2 people- self-drive||19,500||25,000|
|A tent for 1 person- self-drive||21,500||29,000|
|A tent for 2 people- transport included||25,000||35,000|
|A tent for 1 person- transport included||28,500||38,000|
All options listed above are rates per person, full board, for a 3-night package. The accommodation rates are payable as follows:
0 – 5 years = free of charge
6 – 11 years = pay 75% of adult price
12 years and above = pay full price
Any cancellations or refunds are done directly through the camp operator of your choice and yourself with the following refund policy applying to ALL accommodation bookings;
- 75% refund if booking cancelled before or on 31st March 2022;
- 50% refund if booking cancelled on or after 1st April but before or on 15th April 2022;
- 25% refund if booking cancelled on or after 16th April but before or on 30th April 2022;
- No refund if booking cancelled on or after 1st May 2022;
Disclaimer: Please note that the Rhino Charge does not assume any liability for the timeliness, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided by the accredited camp operators. Furthermore, the Rhino Charge is not responsible for the content of the external websites of the accredited camp operators. The Rhino Charge is not responsible for the quality of the tents, the food quality, or other services provided by the accredited camp operator. Further, the Rhino Charge does not accept any liability for failure to provide the services contracted or any of them due to circumstances beyond our control.
I have a tour operator company. How can I apply to become an accredited Rhino Charge camp operator?
The tendering process for the Rhino Charge is closed. To be added
to the list for consideration as a camp operator in future events interested
companies must express their interest to the Rhino Charge Committee via
More information will then be sent to you via e-mail. Please note that the tender will be sent out newly each year, therefore camp operators can apply to become accredited camp operators each year.
Camping is only allowed in the areas designated to the accredited camp operator whom you have booked your camping spot through. You may not camp outside these designated areas. Should you be caught camping in any other place this can result in immediate removal from the venue. These measures have been put into place for your safety and to reduce the environmental pressure put on to the Rhino Charge venue and the host community.