Desert Rhino Camp is in the lunar landscape of 1 700 square miles of the Palmwag Concession. The camp sits in a broad valley, and they have nine safari canvas tents with front terraces to take in the vista.
Damaraland is quiet vast beauty, teaming with desert life and home to one of Africa largest black rhino populations.
The black Rhino is smaller than White Rhino more aggressive, and its head is usually up as it is a browser which is why is got along top lip for plucking leaves.
The Namibian landscape is filled with the backdrop of the Etendeka hills, and they are dotted with ancient living fossil plant the Welwitschia.
Guest stay in luxury safari tents with on suite bathrooms, and the combination of luxury accommodation in this harsh environment makes for a spectacular safari.
The central lodges have a great swimming pool to relax in during the day, and the boma is ideal for evening meals around the campfire with a star-studded milky way above.
Why at the lodge you have the adventure of a lifetime tracking rhino on foot.
Safari drives offer the chance to see rhino, elephant, giraffe, zebra. The ranger will give you an insight into how the animals & plants have adapted to the low rainfall and how they work together to survive. The are many extraordinary girds to such as Rüppell's korhaan, Benguela long-billed lark And Black Eagles.