Desert Rhino Camp

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Why we like it

  • Desert Rhino Camp is located in the 450,000 hectare Palmwag Concession in the heart of Damaraland
  • Home to the largest free-ranging population of black rhino in Africa
  • Eight large traditional canvas tents all en suite with classic bucket showers
  • Activities available are Rhino tracking by foot or by vehicle, nature walks and full day trips out into the wilderness area of the Palmwag concession
  • A fantastic camp to comprehend the enormity of the pristine wilderness that Namibia has to offer

A&K Top Tip

Tracking the elusive black rhino was an exhilarating experience and once found observing these fascinating animals in this beautiful pristine wilderness was an absolute privilege.

Guest Testimonial

Just a short note to thank you for all your efforts in putting together our itinerary for our honeymoon. We had the most utterly fantastic time and we were impressed time and again by the A&K service; all of the transfers happened perfectly and we were looked after from the minute our journey began. We also got a sense that we were staying in places that we would not have found had it not been booked through you. In par

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In conjunction with the Save the Rhino Trust, Desert Rhino Camp assists the organisation in the survival of the rare black rhino. Just eight large tents have en suite bathrooms with classic bucket showers. The tented dining area offers views of the mountains and desert. Freshwater springs support the local wildlife residents including giraffe, Hartmann's mountain zebra and of course black rhino. Bird life is also prolific and diverse with most of Namibia's endemic species present.


Useful info

Namibia

Fly to

Windhoek

flying time

12 hours 30 minutes via Johannesburg

time difference

GMT +2 hours

Visas

Not required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

Yellow fever certificate required if arriving from an endemic area

Best time to travel

April - October

Weather

The best time to visit Namibia is between April and October, the days are warm and sunny and rainfall at a minimum. The wet season arrives in December and generally runs through until March.

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