Desert Rhino Camp, Damaraland, Namibia

Desert Rhino Camp is a Classic Camp

The largest free-ranging population of black rhino in Africa

Desert Rhino Camp lies amongst rolling, rocky hills of the 450 000-hectare Palmwag Concession. It consists of 8 raised Meru-style canvas tents with front verandas to take in the sweeping valley in front dotted with scattered euphorbia and ancient welwitschia plants, and the Etendeka Mountains. The comfortable tented dining and lounge area is also elevated with partially open sides offering those panoramic views. Evening meals are taken around the fire pit, in front of the lapa, and there is a swimming pool.

Highlights

  • This region is remarkable for its tranquil, minimalist beauty
  • A surprising wealth of arid-adapted wildlife
  • Collaborative effort between Wilderness Safaris and the Save the Rhino Trust (SRT)
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Some things to do at Desert Rhino Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Track the endangered black rhino on foot or by vehicle

  • Take a guided nature walk

  • Spend the full day observing desert-adapted wildlife with a packed picnic lunch

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Submitted by: Johann G Cloete, Jul 16, 2014

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Latest News From Desert Rhino Camp

  • Desert Rhino Camp – June 2014
    Jun 30, 2014

    Wildlife sightings have been great this month with a number of new rhino moving into the area from neighbouring conservancies…

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  • Desert Rhino Camp – April 2014
    Apr 30, 2014

    New female desert-adapted black rhino found at Desert Rhino Camp this month

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  • Desert Rhino Camp - February 2014
    Feb 28, 2014

    Onset of rains means green times for the wildlife of Desert Rhino Camp…

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Desert Rhino Camp is for those who want a wonderful experience in the bush and a sighting of the rare, free roaming black desert rhino. The staff are wonderful and clearly deeply committed to rhino conservation. ”
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Reviewed by: WHU2, 2013.07.30