Normally I'm a little fussy when animals have jobs - but these guys handle it really well. All these animals have to do is be themselves, and in doing so, the wildlife become teachers and models for conservation. Imire has a decades long history of preserving wildlife, particularly the black rhino. The whole team is passionate about their mandate - this is not just a show and tell wildlife tour, they are actively involved in helping grow rhino populations, and rescuing animals from undesirable parks.
An easy drive from Harare, you can spend a day, or even a bit longer by pampering yourself at the lodge. Ride along on a wagon pulled behind a tractor that makes stops throughout the 10 000 acre property, stop for a mouthwatering lunch make with many ingredients grown on the property, and snap oodles of up close photos.
You can read more about my experience here: http://wanderingoff.ca/imire-rhino-wildlife-conservation/