Desert Rhino Camp
Desert Rhino Camp is a tented camp run in conjunction with Save the Rhino Trust in northern Damaraland. The Palmwag Concession, in which the camp is based, covers over 450,000 hectares of rugged desert landscape and is home to a surprising number of desert adapted species.
The camp comprises eight large safari tents, all with en-suite facilities. There is also a main dining tent and lounge which is partially elevated offering wonderful panoramic views. A plunge pool provides a refreshing respite during the heat of the day. Evening meals are frequently taken around the fire pit under the extraordinary African night sky.
Wildlife & Activities
Whilst staying here guests have the rare pleasure of exploring this wild and remote area in the company of dedicated conservationists and local trackers. You will spend your time not only tracking the black rhino, but also looking for desert adapted elephant, lions, cheetah, leopard and hyena. The area is good for birding, and as well as viewing by vehicle, guided walks are also an option.