The Desert Rhino Camp

The Desert Rhino Camp is a luxurious tented safari camp located in the remote wilderness of Namibia’s Damaraland region. It is situated within the borders of the Palmwag Concession, an area known for its diverse landscape and rich array of wildlife, including the endangered black rhinoceros.

Guests at the Desert Rhino Camp have the opportunity to go on guided walks and drives with experienced rangers, who will lead them on a journey through the stunning desert landscape in search of these majestic animals. The camp’s location within the Palmwag Concession also means that guests can see a variety of other wildlife, such as giraffes, elephants, and predators like lions and leopards.

The majestic Etendeka Mountains provide a stunning backdrop to the Desert Rhino Camp, which is surrounded by ancient watercourses, vast grassy plains, towering granite formations, and rugged gorges.



Track the free-roaming herds of critically endangered desert-adapted black rhinos as they traverse the vast Damaraland plains, encountering a diverse array of other wildlife during your journey.

No of Rooms

Eight Meru-style tents.

Style of accommodation

Rustic and nature-inspired design.

Child Policy

Children 6 years and older are welcome.


  • All meals
  • Selected beverages
  • Guided activities
  • Laundry service
  • Park fees


  • Premium alcoholic beverages.
  • Spa treatments.
  • Gratuities.

In addition to the incredible wildlife viewing opportunities, the Desert Rhino Camp also offers luxurious accommodation for its guests. The tented rooms are spacious and comfortable, with en-suite bathrooms, private decks, and wonderful views of the surrounding desert. The camp also has a main dining area where guests can enjoy delicious meals prepared by the camp’s chef.

Despite its remote location, the Desert Rhino Camp is committed to sustainability and works closely with the local community to ensure that its operations have a positive impact on the surrounding environment. The camp is also actively involved in conservation efforts, including the ongoing work to protect and preserve the black rhinoceros population in the region.

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