Desert Rhino Camp
Remote, exclusive and specialised, Desert Rhino Camp takes a maximum of 16 guests – and for many years was known as 'Palmwag Rhino Camp'. The camp is a joint venture between Namibia's Save the Rhino Trust and Wilderness Safaris and has been running now for over 20 years. Run by a reliably superb and committed team, activities, as you'd expect, centre on tracking black rhino.
Our view of Desert Rhino Camp
Desert Rhino Camp is one of our favourite camps in Namibia. It's very remote, and feels it; it's got tremendous character, as have the managers here when we visited; and it offers the chance to track black rhinos – which is something that's possible in very few places indeed. Rhino Camp does work as a two-night stop. However, to really make the most of it, you need three nights here. This may appear to be a big chunk of time, and it's not an inexpensive camp – but we think that the Rhino Camp is well worth it.
Rooms at Desert Rhino Camp
Desert Rhino Camp: Traveller ratings
The Desert Rhino Camp is situated in the Palmwag Concession area…