Tracking the black rhino

Damaraland (Namibia)

A safari that offers the unique opportunity to approach on foot the black rhino in its natural habitat and to learn about the projects of Save The Rhino Trust for its conservation.

In the Palmwag Concession, with an area of about 4,500 km2 in the Damaraland region.


From a minimum of 3 days.


Desert Rhino Camp, a tented camp equipped with 8 “Meru” style tents with private veranda and en-suite bathroom. Facilities include a swimming pool.


Rhino tracking, game drives in 4×4 open vehicles and nature walks.


The great protagonist is undoubtedly the black rhino, but the water sources in the concession also attract desert elephants, giraffes, Hartmann’s zebras, oryx, springbok, kudu and some predators including lions, leopards and cheetahs.


During the dry season, from June to November.


A remote and adventurous tented camp, operating for over twenty years. The beauty of the landscapes and the rich wildlife of Palmwag Concession, home to the largest population of black rhinos in Africa. The search with the Save The Rhino Trust trackers and the close encounter on foot with the black rhino.