Save the Rhino Walking Safari

Safari Overview
In Namibia’s remote northwest region the Black Rhinoceros was almost extinct thirty years ago. Today, this area has the largest number of free-roaming Black Rhinos in the
world. In fact, it is the only rhinoceros species worldwide living on communally and traditionally-owned land without formal conservation status.

Namibia created a culture of good human-wildlife interactions by involving communities, employing locals in anti-poaching patrols and generating income from Rhino-related tourism. Conservation is ingrained in the Namibian psyche to such an extent that it is even in the country’s constitution.

This exciting bucket list safari will have you trekking rhinos by foot in the dramatic landscape of northwestern Namibia in one of the best private concession areas in the country. Our 8-day, small group, expert-guided safari aims to get you close to these magnificent desert adapted animals, and also to share some of Namibia’s most spectacular landscapes with you.

You will also experience Namibia’s innovative conservation efforts first hand. A portion of your safari fee will also go towards Namibia’s rhino conservation efforts.
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Tour info:
Safari starts and ends in Windhoek
Duration: 8 days/ 7 nights
Accommodation: Mid-range lodge on first and last evening & Comfortable tents in true African “safari camp” style during the walking safari

This Expert Guided Safari can be booked as a Private Safari for any date as per your planned travel dates.

If you prefer to join a Group Safari with set departure date, the next group safari departs on June 2021


MAIN ATTRACTIONS:
• Damaraland-
Rugged but beautiful and home to desert adapted wildlife
• Desert adapted fauna and flora of Namibia
• Sightings of at least three, possibly four of Africa’s famed Big Five
• Making a real contribution towards ensuring the survival of Namibia’s Black Rhino population


Top Mammals:
Black Rhinoceros
African Elephant
Lion
Gemsbok


Top Birds:
Kori Bustard
Ruppel’s Korhaan
Secretarybird
Damara Red-billed and Monteiro’s Hornbill
Common Ostrich
Burchell’s and Double-banded Courser


Optional Activities:
Game drive at Palmwag Lodge
Extensions to Etosha, Swakopmund and Sossusvlei


ITINERARY OVERVIEW
Day 1 Windhoek to Palmwag Concession
Day 2-7 Palmwag Concession
Day 8 Palmwag Concession to Windhoek

Keep in mind that all our tours can be customised according to your specific requirements.

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