Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp

Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp

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Desert Rhino Camp offers an original and exclusive wilderness experience and the possibility of seeing some of the largest free-ranging population of desert-adapted black rhino in Africa. The camp set in a wide valley sometimes flush with grass, has eight large meru-style tents with en-suite bathrooms. A tented dining and living area and plunge pool offers uninterrupted views of the desert and mountains, while extraordinary welwitschia plants dot the plain in front of camp. Activities include rhino tracking on foot and by vehicle with Save the Rhino Trust trackers (an NGO responsible for the conservation of the black rhino in the area), full-day outings with a picnic lunch, birding and nature drives. Other species seen in the area include Hartmann's mountain zebra, giraffe and lion. Desert Rhino Camp is run in conjunction with Save the Rhino Trust so in addition to gaining amazing insight into the ecology and conservation of this area, a portion of guest revenure goes to the Trust and its conservation operations.
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Palmwag Concession - South Namibia
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Poodletoes wrote a review Jul 2022
Dayton, Ohio
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our 3 safari camp on our 2 week trip to Namibia. Desert Rhino camp is dedicated to preserving the rhinos of the Kunene region. Trained trackers from the Save the Rhino Trust take guests out to see the rhinos. Guest must follow strict rules while viewing the rhinos down to what color of clothing to wear. The camp is in a rugged volcanic area with beautiful scenery. Tents were comfortable and clean with full bathrooms and wifi. The food was always delicious. When I told them their soups were one of my favorites, they made sure we always had soup with our meals.
Spouse went out two mornings with our wonderful, very knowledgeable guide Moses and 2 rhino trackers. Each day they were lucky enough to encounter rhinos and also zebra, spotted hyenas and more. While I had to stay back in camp due to a recently broken arm, I enjoyed some leisure time. The first two days we were in camp we were the only guests and the staff always made sure there was someone to keep me company for breakfast and lunch while the others were out on the game drive. Due to my inability to ride in the safari vehicle because of the extremely rocky terrain, Moses led us on some walks around camp pointing out the various plants of the region including the welwitschia, the national plant of Namibia.
The 3rd night we were there, more guests came in and we had a big bonfire and sat around a communal table with great food and wine and conversation. The staff announced our dinner in english and also in the local clicking language. Very interesting! One of the things I enjoyed about the 3 safari camps was meeting and talking with staff from different tribes in Namibia.
All three of our camps were run by Wilderness Safaris - All had great food and accommodations, wonderful staff and very well trained guides.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Response from Tenneil Zondagh, General Manager at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 26 Jul 2022
Thank you for the amazing review, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us as well as the time your spouse spent tracking desert adapted rhino. We are sorry to hear that you could not partake in the safari activities, but glad that the enjoyed the vistas in and around camp. The landscape is truly unique and spectacular. We will be sure to pass along your kind words and high praises to Moses and all the great staff in camp. Kind regards Wilderness Safaris
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Nadine Clarke wrote a review Jul 2022
Mossel Bay, South Africa
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had an amazing two nights at Desert Rhino camp.it was an incredible experience all round. From exploring the fascinating landscape with the abundant desert adapted plants such as the iconic Welwitschia plant as well as general game like spotted hyaena, giraffe, jackal and mountain zebra. The tracking of the black rhino was very special with the “Save the rhino trust” trackers. The camp is beautifully laid out and the team at camp was exceptional. They went out of their way to ensure that every creature comfort is met including a Candlelit dinner at the pool and an authentic bush dinner under the stars. When we left we felt like we were saying goodbye to our family. Well done to everyone involved.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Response from Tenneil Zondagh, General Manager at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 26 Jul 2022
Dear NadineClark11 Thank you for your wonderful review, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us and hope you will visit us and all our lyrical staff soon. Rhino Trecking is a great experience and one we are proud to be able to deliver with the help of the SRT Team. The landscapes are truly unique and spectacular, and we hope that you was able to get some good photos of the landscapes as well as your sightings. Kind regards Wilderness Safaris
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Charlie66 wrote a review Aug 2022
Alderton, United Kingdom
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Desert Rhino Camp

For good reason this camp is in the Daily Telegraph (UK) Top 10 places to stay in Namibia, and is ranked #1 within the Wilderness group itself. Of course the camp, food, hospitality and the whole team lead by Bona, Angelica and Kim, are incredible but the reasons to stay here run much, much deeper.
Over dinner I talked to one of our guides, Richie, and asked how he had come to work for Wilderness.
Wilderness had contacted his village asking if there was anyone with a drivers license who wanted to work. He did, and he started as a driver between camps, behind the scenes shuttling provisions and luggage between them. After a year of hard work he expressed an interest in driving guests on trips into the bush. Wilderness agreed, but it had to be in his spare time, in addition to his job. He stepped up and did it, learning from the guides as he went.
Wilderness were impressed by him and his manner with the guests and offered him an 8 month course to learn about being a guide and all about the wildlife. He is now a fully fledged guide, and basically what he doesn’t know about this whole area is not worth knowing. Starting as a driver 8 years ago changed the direction of his life.
You will choose where you stay in Namibia, and Wilderness’s focus on their people and social enterprise never ceases to impress. Not a difficult choice really.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Tenneil Zondagh, General Manager at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 23 Aug 2022
Dear charlieallen66 Thank you for your amazing review, we are overjoyed to see how much you enjoyed your time with us and delighted to read that Richie -and his life-changing journey with us- was able to make your stay a memorable one . We hope you will come back and visit us again soon. Desert Regards Wilderness Safaris
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Christopher S wrote a review Oct 2022
Oxted, United Kingdom
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We stayed here for 3 nights on our trip around Namibia. What an amazing place it is. Located about 1.5 hours drive along a rocky track from Palmwag you access it either by plane or by drive in the camps 4x4. The camp works in conjunction with the Save the Rhino trust to monitor the black rhino. Comprising of 8 tents it offers a truly authentic bush experience where you get the opportunity in conjunction with your guide and the STR trackers to track the rhino in their natural habitat. Excursions from the camp can be long starting at 6.30 and not returning till dusk depending on what you see. We were lucky to see 2 rhino in the morning, a herd of elephant, giraffe and ostrich as well as many bird species. The experience is amazing though be prepared for rough roads and cold weather in the morning.

Staff here are exceptional always with a smile on their faces as are the guides. Too many to mention by name though our guide was Kanu who did a superb job. The chefs also provide excellent food and catered for my gluten intolerance with some really tasty gluten free food. All in all this is an amazing camp which will long stand out in our memory and one that I would highly recommend.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Make sure you pack layers of clothing for the cold mornings
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Response from Tenneil Zondagh, General Manager at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 12 Oct 2022
Dear Christophera608, Thank you for the wonderful review, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your journey with us and glad that you were so lucky to see so many wonderful animal sightings. We will be sure to share your kind words with Kanu and all the great staff in camp. We look forward to welcoming you back in camp soon. Bush regards, Wilderness Safaris
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Dewijdewereld wrote a review Jul 2022
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
After a long long drive we were happy to arrive at the gates of the camp where Bons was waiting to pick us up. All other guests had flown in by plane by Namibia’s magic is in the driving around in the country. We were greeted after another 2 hour drive in the camp by singing and dancing staff. Tents are beautiful and luxurious. Views incredible. Food is good (a surprise al fresco dinner to end the day). It took us time to spot the first rhino, but then we got to see even three more. We loved that but as there was another rhino in sight as we were nearing the camp at 5 PM we decided we loved tea and cake more and that enough driving was enough ! :))
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Response from Tenneil Zondagh, General Manager at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 26 Jul 2022
Dear Dewijdewereld Thank you for your kind review, we are glad to see that your overall stay with us was enjoyable and you had a successful adventure tracking the rhino. We look forward to welcoming you back in camp again soon. Kind regards Wilderness Safaris
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David T wrote a review Sept 2022
Houston, Texas
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
We spent 1 1/2 days at Desert Rhino where the principal activity is searching for rhinos with trackers from the Save the Rhinos foundation. These guys and our guide, Bons, are good and we found a rhino which had not been seen before in the area. The terrain around Desert Rhino reminds me of the desert SW in the US - Arizona and Utah. We came to this camp from Little Kulala is Sossusvlei so the landscape was quite different. The accommodations here are far more basic than the other Wilderness camps where we stayed in Namibia but our tent was comfortable and we had running water. It was very cold in the tent in the early morning and the hot water bottle they provided at night did not provide much comfort by morning. But that’s part of what a safari is about so it did not bother us. Rhino tracking was very interesting and I still don’t know how Bons managed to spot the rhino which was on the ground asleep by some bushes. We were the only guests our first night and we were treated like royalty. On our second night, the staff gave us a “scorpian” evening with a bbq and song and dance. That was fun.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Tenneil Zondagh, General Manager at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 12 Oct 2022
Dear David T, Thank you for your wonderful review, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us, as well as with Bons. Rhino Tracking is a great experience and one we are proud to be able to deliver with the help of the SRT Team. The landscapes are truly unique and spectacular, and we hope that you was able to get some good photos of the landscapes as well as your sightings. Kind regards Wilderness Safaris
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Charlie T wrote a review Oct 2023
Australia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Wow- what can I say.. This was an amazing experience, made so by all the staff at the camp and the absolutely fabulous guide Bons. The hospitality was out of this world. The camp staff sung to us on many occasions (when we arrived, before a bush dinner and when we left) which was so special and appreciated. They all seemed so happy to be doing their jobs. Bons is unreal- his passion and knowledge are second to none. It was pure magic. Tracking the desert Rhino on foot was an experience not to be missed. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: September 2023
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Go ready to be impressed
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Response from Wilderness Destinations, Other at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 05 Nov 2023
Dear Charliet200, It is wonderful to hear to you enjoyed Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp and that our staff and Bons made it a memorable one. Our amazing staff along with our Desert adapted Rhino tracking are a great part of what embodies this camp and makes it's so unique. Nothing makes us happier than hearing you have taken home unforgettable memories and thank you for recommending Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp. We do hope to welcome you back to one of our properties in one of the other regions in the near further. Our Best, Wilderness Destinations.
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Tessa079 wrote a review Nov 2023
Pijnacker, The Netherlands
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I cannot put into words how lovely this camp is. Hospitality was invented here I think. The staff goes out of their way to make your stay as memorable as possible. They throw in some surprises which I will not spoil here but let’s just say I loved the scorpio drive! Everyone has a smile on their faces and goes above and beyond in order to make your stay as memorable as possible. When the staff sang us goodbye we truly had tears on our faces. Will recommend and if we ever go back to Namibia we will definitely return!
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Wilderness Destinations, Other at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 22 Nov 2023
Dear Tessa079, We are thrilled to hear that you had such a great stay at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp, it is most certainly a little gem in the middle of Namibia. Thank you so much for your kind words about the staff, which we will be sure to pass on. We hope you that you do have the opportunity to return to Namibia one day soon and look forward to having the opportunity of hosting you once again. Yours in Safari, Wilderness
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SJG&K wrote a review Sept 2022
Philadelphia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My daughter and I had the opportunity to visit Desert Rhino Camp in Namibia this past summer. The camp was charming - it was first class "camping". The food was great and the staff was spectacular. Moses was our guide during this visit and he was wonderful! We went on a day of Rhino tracking with him and it was fascinating. I have a much better understanding of the struggles the Rhinos face due to this experience. Nothing is better than spending a day with Moses to look for Rhinos. A GREAT experience!
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Response from Tenneil Zondagh, General Manager at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp
Responded 12 Oct 2022
Dear Discover802755- Thank you for your wonderful review, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us as well as your time spent with Moses. Rhino Tracking is a great experience and one we are proud to be able to deliver with the help of the SRT Team. The landscapes are truly unique and spectacular, and we hope that you was able to get some good photos of the landscapes as well as your sightings. Kind regards Wilderness Safaris
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SATravellerMaryland wrote a review Apr 2012
Maryland
4.0 of 5 bubbles
At Desert Rhino there is a very different approach to game-viewing. The experience is based on very brief sightings of the animals, so that guests do not encroach on the rhinos in any way. Trackers go out in the morning to locate rhinos; they were successful on 2 of the 3 days that I was there. Once located, guests are brought as close as possible and allowed to view them. When the rhinos move on (and they are always on the move), they are not followed and the guide has to find something else to keep you engaged for the rest of the drive. Different areas of the reserve are visited on a rotating basis so that the rhinos are not exposed to multiple visits over multiple days. Though the website describes "healthy populations" of elephants, giraffes, etc., there is no attempt to locate them and you have to wonder how accurate that description is. If you expect an organized effort (as at most lodges) to know where various types of animals are and to bring you into viewing range of them, you will be disappointed. The only way that you will see anything other than oryx, springbok, zebra and jackal is if something happens to wander across your path. Happily, a lion and a hyena did cross our path very briefly. This is not a place to come if you are expecting to see a variety of wildlife, or if you are expecting to spend more than a few minutes with rhinos. On the other hand, if you have been at camps with a great variety of wildlife and are growing bored with large herds of elephants and easy viewing, this is a great place to visit. Tents are very comfortable, food is quite good, camp staff is pleasant and capable, and the family-style dining allows you to make new friends. Some guides seem more personable and hospitable than others. The trackers from the Save the Rhino Trust are truly dedicated to the well-being of the animals and are very knowledgeable but are a little on the shy side and it takes some time to get the conversation going with them.
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Date of stay: March 2012
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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Johannesburg, South Africa102 contributions1 helpful vote
Dear Redberryphoto, Thank you for your question. unfortunately, no matter the type of vehicle you are driving you would need to park at the designated pick up and drop off point at Twee Palms. Due to Private concession limitations this area is strictly for Wilderness Safaris vehicles only. More over there are no "roads" per say on which to travel along but merely a track or path that our guides are well traversed with. As your Travel Agent will tell you and be able to give you more details of, the parking area is secure and pick up and drop off times will be arranged at the time of booking as well as confirmed closer to the time of travel. Thank you again and we look forward to welcoming you to our camp. Wilderness Safaris.
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Johannesburg, South Africa102 contributions1 helpful vote
Thank you Barbara for your question, Malaria is present in some of the areas in which we operate in Namibia and precautions should be taken. Malaria transmission is at its highest during the warmer and wetter months of November through to April (at other times of the year the risk is significantly reduced) and mosquitoes are active from early evening through the hours of darkness. It is at these times that guests should be vigilant in terms of spraying exposed extremities with mosquito repellent and ensuring that their tents remain closed to prevent entry by mosquitoes. The wearing of long pants and long-sleeved shirts can help, as well as the burning of mosquito coils in the room. However, malaria is not a serious problem if you are sensible and take basic precautions. With regards to the charging facilities available there are universal charging facilities in each of the guests tents. all of which are suffice to charge cellular phone and camera batteries. however due to the limited amount of power supplied by the solar panels and which power the camp we are unable to support the use of hair-dryers or electric razors and the likes thereof. Should you have any further questions please do not hesitate your travel agent or our enquiries department should you have any further questions. Kind regards Wilderness Safaris
Landri K asked a question Mar 2016
Stellenbosch1 contribution
Would just like to know if there is Cellphone reception?
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Brooklyn, New York, United States3 contributions4 helpful votes
No. The camp does not have wifi, either, They do have a computer in the office that has internet that we were permitted to use to check email, etc, but the connection is super slow so I would only ask to use it in an urgent situation.
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Johannesburg, South Africa102 contributions1 helpful vote
Hello Sam, Thank you for contacting us with your concerns prior to embarking on your adventure with us. In hopes the below answers all your questions accurately it is essential that you inform your Travel Agent at time of booking of any and all medical conditions (the CPAP machine) and dietary requirements so that we can have everything in place and ready upon your arrival. Sleep apnoea machines can be used in the rooms at all camps/lodges as there are electrical plug points provided, however, the rooms can only provide limited wattage, so it is important to note that the power usage of the machine needs to be below 200W. As a precaution we have confirmed with our Assets & Technical Manager for Namibia and he has reassured us that, Sleep apnoea machines do not use more than 200W but please make sure the appliance is 220V (as a standard the USA uses 110V so this should be uniform but best to double check). At all times during your daily activities you will be accompanied by a highly skilled guide who will ensure your safety, this is their number one priority and directive. However, should an incident/ accident of any manner occur which requires professional consultation, we have a dedicated team who will take control of everything, Wilderness24. Wilderness24 is Wilderness’ own risk mitigation and incident management initiative. This is a holistic approach to overall safety in which we have taken a proactive approach by building a skilled capacity with necessary equipment which is tied to a 24/7/365 specialised assistance team. When incidents occur, we are able to give our guests the highest possible level of safety and support. We want our guests to not only have the best wilderness experience whilst with us, but have the peace of mind that they can enjoy these experiences in a safe camp and safari environment. It is however important to note that Wilderness24 is NOT a travel insurance product nor does it replace your travel insurer’s emergency protocols but liaises and works in conjunction with your Insurance broker. All guests are required – as your travel agent will tell you - to ensure you have adequate coverage prior to travelling to our camps. We hope this information although long and intense has helped in easing your concerns and look forward to welcoming you to our camps soon, Wilderness Safaris.
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Johannesburg, South Africa102 contributions1 helpful vote
Dear Crystalixfusion, Thank you for contacting us, the heat can be quite an adjustment when you are not used to it and an excellent refuge is the pool. It can get a little dusting from the wind blowing desert sand into it but we do try to keep it clean at all times. the fans in the room are also very handy and in several of our camps there are air-cons in the main areas. Contradictory the best way to deter mozies and other insects are long sleeved shirts and long pants. There are several makes specialised for safaris that are quite breathable and not too warm. Hope this has been of some help and we look forward to welcoming you to our camps, Wilderness Safaris
Charlie T wrote a tip Oct 2023
Australia27 contributions5 helpful votes
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"Go ready to be impressed"
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Christopher S wrote a tip Oct 2022
Oxted, United Kingdom477 contributions229 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Make sure you pack layers of clothing for the cold mornings"
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SJG&K wrote a tip Sept 2022
Philadelphia58 contributions55 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All the rooms are the same . Everyone eats at the same location for all the meals - but they are delicious!!! You will not leave hungry!"
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timothyg wrote a tip Aug 2022
Los Angeles, California182 contributions123 helpful votes
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"Any room is good."
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Katharina S wrote a tip Mar 2019
Lucerne, Switzerland232 contributions104 helpful votes
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"Any of the cabins are great"
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WILDERNESS DESERT RHINO CAMP - Campground Reviews (Damaraland, Namibia)

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What are some of the property amenities at Wilderness Desert Rhino Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
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Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
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Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.