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Desert Rhino Camp

Namibia's Desert Rhino Camp lies among rolling, rocky hills that are also home to the largest free-ranging black rhino population in Africa. While staying at the camp, you'll have the opportunity to observe these creatures on guided nature walks. Accommodations at Desert Rhino Camp consist of 8 Meru-style canvas tents that are raised from the ground on a wooden deck. Each includes an en suite bathroom, beds with crisp linens, two dark wood bedside tables with wicker reading lamps and a front verandah. The dining and lounge area share a single raised tent; meals are also taken around the fire pit.

Location: Damaraland, Namibia
Rooms Available: 8
Maximum Occupancy: 2
Single Occupancy: No
Age Restriction: Kids Welcome; Children Under 12 Not Allowed on Nature Walks

Services & Amenities
Dining Area, Lounge, Fire Pit, En Suite Bathrooms, Private Verandahs, Nature Walks.

The following Africa safaris spend at least one night in the lodge shown above. Click any safari name for departure dates and complete itinerary.


Africa Safaris Starts In Total Days Company Quality* From**
Namibia Desert Escape Windhoek, Namibia 8 African Tvl Deluxe Dates and Prices
The Great Namibia Wildlife Safari Windhoek, Namibia 10 Nat Hab Deluxe Dates and Prices
The Great Namibia Wildlife Safari 2018 Windhoek, Namibia 10 Nat Hab Deluxe Dates and Prices
** Price per person based on double occupancy, not including air, on select dates.
* Key to Quality Ratings

Africa safaris are classified according to the quality of amenities and accommodations.

Budget = Africa safaris typically range from $60 to $250 per person, per day, plus airfare.
First Class = Africa safaris typically range from $150 to $500 per person, per day, plus airfare.
Deluxe = Africa safaris typically range from $175 to $850 per person, per day, plus airfare.


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