Desert Rhino Camp, Private Palmwag Concession, Damaraland, Namibia
- Accommodation: 8 large Meru-style tents with an en-suite bathroom
- Highlights: Rhino conservancy, birding, day & night nature drives
- Activities: Rhino tracking on foot or by vehicle, full-day outings with a picnic lunch
- Getting There: 4x4 vehicle
At this Damaraland lodge in Namibia, you really feel like you are in the middle of nowhere tracking wild animals and learning about their behaviour and ecology. This Namibia safari in Damaraland is run in conjunction with 'Save the Rhino Trust' and their knowledgeable conservationists accompany the group.
Desert Rhino Camp in Damaraland offers a maximum of 12 guests the opportunity to view some of the few truly wild Black Rhino left on earth and to track them across the wild dry grassy plains and scrubland of this remote region of Namibia. You will gain an invaluable insight into the ecology and conservation of this incredible area, at the same time contributing directly to the trust.
This tented safari camp in Damaraland, Namibia, is mobile and may easily be moved to follow seasonal game movements. Set in the 400 000-hectare (1 million-acre) private Palmwag Concession, you will be in the company of dedicated conservationists and professional trackers who know where to find the wildlife of the region.
See Hartmann's Mountain Zebra, Giraffe, Oryx, Springbok, Ostrich, desert adapted Elephants, Lions, Cheetah, Leopard and Hyena and of course Black Rhino. Mobile does not mean basic and your large East African-style tents at Desert Rhino Camp have en-suite facilities including bucket showers and hot water on request.
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