Desert Rhino Camp
Desert Rhino Camp is set in private Palmwag Concession in the heart of Damaraland and offers an original and exclusive wilderness experience, a good dose of tranquillity and the largest free-ranging population of black rhino in Africa. The camp lies amongst rolling, rocky hills with scattered euphorbia, ancient welwitschia plants, scrubby vegetation and isolated clumps of trees. Yet there is a tranquil, minimalist beauty and a surprising amount of life in this concession including desert adapted elephants, good populations of Hartmann's mountain zebra, giraffe, oryx, springbok and ostrich.
Desert Rhino Camp offers 8 large Meru-style tents raised from the ground on a wooden deck with an en-suite bathroom comprising hand basin, flush toilet and shower. Enjoy the magnificent vistas of the surrounding desert and Etendeka Mountains from director's chairs on your front veranda.
Also raised on a wooden deck, is the tented dining and lounge area housing couches and a large yet simple dining table. It is open plan and has partially open sides offering panoramic views.
The camp functions as a collaborative effort between Wilderness Safaris and the Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) - an NGO that has been has been instrumental in the preservation of these rare, desert adapted black rhino.
Desert Rhino Camp is approximately 1hr 40 min flight from Windhoek and a 20 min flight from Damaraland Camp. Rhino Camp airstrip is located approximately 45 minutes from camp.
Game drives, rhino tracking on foot or by vehicle, guided walks, full-day outings with picnic lunch, sundowner drives, hiking trails, bush dinners and camp chats on star watching, the different cultures of Namibia and the Safe the Rhino Trust.
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Tracy & Malcolm Fick
I give it 4 only for one reason. The drive from the pick up to the camp is very long and the drive is over rocks. I would definitely do a fly in.29/05/2017 Read full trip review
Again wow! Felt like we belonged!! The rhino tracking I'll never forget!!! Very sad to leave06/08/2016 Read full trip review
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