Desert Rhino Camp – March 2014
Weather and Landscape
Mother Nature was on our side this year, bringing us our rains early, though they only lasted two days, bringing a total of 30 mm. However, within the week a tinge of green could be seen over the landscape and the animals started gathering, with more than 300 springbok counted in a herd. The changes do not last long in the desert so at the moment we are really enjoying this beautiful opportunity to see the desert flourish!
The Palmwag Concession is a unique semi-desert and among the most beautiful areas in Namibia . We have a very special relationship with Save the Rhino Trust Namibia (SRT-N), giving guests the chance to track endangered desert-adapted black rhino in the spectacular landscapes of Damaraland. We make a donation to the SRT-N for every guest who stays with us at Desert Rhino Camp.
Clement joined us this month from Little Kulala and it’s good to have some of the old family back at camp! He should complete his management training by February and fit right in here amongst the red rocks of Damaraland