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Desert Rhino Camp

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    • Pool
    • Bar / lounge
    • Restaurant
    • Breakfast available
    • Airport transportation
    • Laundry service

    Desert Rhino Camp

    In a wide valley sometimes flush with grass, Desert Rhino Camp lies in the enormous Palmwag Concession, where trackers patrol and protect one of Africa’s largest free-ranging populations of Critically Endangered desert-adapted black rhino. Rhino tracking on foot and by vehicle with these dedicated conservationists is a unique and exclusive wilderness experience; other activities include exploring the area on full-day outings, nature drives or walks.

    The camp has eight comfortable Meru-style tents and a main area that overlooks a sweeping plain dotted with Namibia’s national plant, the welwitschia. The campfire inspires storytelling under Namibia’s star-studded skies.

    Activities

    Rhino Tracking

    Set out in the morning by vehicle to follow the Save the Rhino monitors as they track one of their charges – the desert-adapted black rhino. Due to the vast terrain, long distances can be covered, with other wildlife to be seen along the way.
     

    Birding

    Birding enthusiasts will enjoy the diverse avifauna found in the Palmwag Concession. Key species to look out for include Rüppell’s korhaan, Benguela long-billed lark and even Herero chat. Verreaux’s eagles are often sighted above the rocky hillsides.
     

    Game Drives

    Game drives showcase the landscape and offer the best possibilities of seeing desert-adapted wildlife including rhino, elephant, giraffe, antelope such as springbok or oryx, zebra and possibly even predators.
     

    Guided Nature Walks

    Learn more about the lesser-known flora and fauna that survive in this harsh environment. Adaptation is a necessity for desert wildlife and walking through the desert environment offers unique insights on this phenomenon.
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