Track desert elephant or rhino in Damaraland or spend time game viewing in the vast shallow pans of Etosha National Park.

elephant - Damaraland Camp, Damaraland, Namibia [© 2011 Pulse Africa - pulseafrica.com]    rhino - Palmwag Desert Rhino Camp, Damaraland, Namibia [© 2011 Pulse Africa - pulseafrica.com]    

In northern Damaraland, the 400,000-hectare Palmwag Reserve supports a large number of giraffe, zebra, oryx and springbok; and their predators - leopard, lion, cheetah, and both brown and spotted hyenas. In the Palmwag Reserve, Save the Rhino Trust operates a study centre and a mobile camp, Palmwag Rhino Camp, where you can track rhino on foot and by vehicle, accompanied by conservationists and trackers. Damaraland is also home to the fascinating desert addapted elephants.

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