Wilderness Safaris Desert Rhino Camp

Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Namibia

8 Rooms
16 Guests
Children 6+ Years
Bathtub: No
Air Conditioning: Fan
Pool: Main Area
Spa: Masseuse
No Gym
Currency: Namibian $
Travel: October – March

R4,545 to R9,360
Per Person, Per Night – Fully Inclusive


WHY WE LIKE IT? The landscapes are incredible but seeing Black Rhino’s in this incredible environment is the real highlight.

HOW TO GET THERE? Daily flights from Johannesburg to Windhoek. Frequent flights from Windhoek into Desert Rhino Camp.

SPECIAL INTEREST: Tracking Black Rhino’s on foot. It’s a wonderful way to view them and watch them go about their daily business.



The area around Desert Rhino Camp can be visited throughout the year, but the climate is best during the winter months, from May to September. The region turns a stunning green after rainfall, but the exact timing of the rains is hard to predict, and it doesn’t rain much during the Wet season.



Aside from the desert-adapted black rhino to be found in the area, Palmwag Concession’s freshwater springs also support healthy populations of desert-adapted elephant, Hartmann’s mountain zebra, giraffe, gemsbok, springbok, kudu and predators such as lion, cheetah, leopard, and brown and spotted hyaena. Birdlife is prolific and diverse with most of Namibia’s endemics present.



Morning and Afternoon Safaris
Bird Watching
Walking
Boat Trips
Quad Bikes
Cultural Visits
Hot Air Ballooning
Beaches
Private Vehicle
Fishing



Desert Rhino Camp
16°
broken clouds
humidity: 87%
wind: 1m/s NE
H 17 • L 16
17°
Mon
17°
Tue
18°
Wed
17°
Thu