This exclusive safari camp is set in Damaraland – a stunning and striking landscape in Namibia. Desert Rhino Camp, as the name suggests, takes rhino conservation to heart and is run in conjunction with the ‘Save the Rhino Trust’. Desert Rhino Camp dazzles guests with its lavish service, minimalist design and absolute solitude. Go here for pure escapism!
About Desert Rhino Camp
Set in a valley, Desert Rhino Camp is the perfect getaway for first-time or second-time travellers to Namibia. The desert landscape of the Palmwag Concession is coloured in muted hues and filled with Welwitschia plants and drought-adapted plants and animal life. For guests who love wildlife and especially rhinos, Desert Rhino Camp is the perfect fit. The lodge employs trackers and guides so that guests can go rhino tracking; these men also protect the endangered creatures.
Desert Rhino Camp Accommodation
Guests can choose from 8 Meru-style tents that are raised off the ground and have front verandahs. The entire camp’s property is tented and the dining room and lounge area are elevated to take in the sweeping views with its partially open views. Luxury abounds here – from service to the cuisine. There’s also a swimming pool for guests to enjoy as Namibia can get very hot in summer. Evening meals are enjoyed around the fire pit underneath the starry sky.
Desert Rhino Camp Activities
- Adventurous rhino tracking activities take place daily from camp
- Game drive to spot arid-adapted wildlife in the desert
- Rhino tracking on foot and by vehicle
- Game drives to view rhino, elephant, giraffe, antelope, zebra and maybe even the area’s predators
- Guided nature walks and picnic lunches in the wilderness
- Birding in Namibia is phenomenal
Greatest Africa was founded in the Greater Cape Area of South Africa, and offers private wine tours in the exquisite Cape Region. Our exclusive tours are guided by boutique wine producer Richard Hilton, of Richard Hilton Vineyards, who is also the founder and MD of Greatest Africa.
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