Desert Rhino Camp
Run in conjunction with “Save the Rhino Trust,” Desert Rhino Camp is a tented camp in northern Damaraland, Namibia. The area covers over 1,111 acres of the rugged desert setting. Arriving at the lodge by road, you will be collected by lodge 4 x 4 and there is a bumpy road which can take up to 2½ hours to drive.
There are six spacious and comfortable tents at Desert Rhino Camp, all of which have bathroom facilities. There is also a main lounge and dining area.
Guests at Desert Rhino Camp have the rare opportunity to explore the remote and wild area, in the company of dedicated guides and conservationists. Time is spent tracking not only the Black rhino, but also looking for desert adapted elephant, lion, cheetah, hyena and leopard. This area has particularly good bird-watching. Guided walks are also available, as well as viewing by vehicle.