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An incredible camp between Etosha National Park and the Skeleton Coast, Desert Rhino Camp is a long established favourite lodge in Namibia.
It has been operating for over 20 years, and was set up as a collaboration with the Save the Rhino Trust in order to bring more exposure and funds to the endangered black rhino of the region.
This region is home to the largest remaining population of the desert-adapted beast, and guests of the camp are offered the opportunity to track, monitor and aid in protection of the elusive black rhino.
In the last 30 years the rhino population of the region has increased five-fold, and this is thanks to the Save the Rhino Trust and also Desert Rhino Camp.
With only eight rooms, Desert Rhino Camp ensures the highest standards of comfort and service for all guests.
Everything, from arrival to nightcaps around the campfire, is of high quality, and the staff go above and beyond to make visits to Desert Rhino Camp unforgettable.
The guides are expert rhino trackers and usually effortlessly point out countless other species of animal and plant on guided walks through the region, or on safari drives.
Save the Rhino Trust carefully monitors the rhinos, so spotting them is quite likely. Once they are located the rhinos can be tracked by foot for the ultimate outback adventure.