Track endangered rhino in Namibia

Track endangered rhino in Namibia

Namibia is the fifth largest country in Africa, known for its vast, open landscapes and unusual wildlife, and is home to the utterly bizarre Welwitchia plant.

Diverse Namibia, a new tour from adventure travel group Wildness Safaris, takes explorers to the spectacular red dunes of Sossusvlei, the desert and denizens of Damaraland, and Etosha National Park in northern Namibia.

Tracking the critically endangered black rhino by foot is a once in a lifetime experience

Travellers encounter a variety of locations, habitats and wildlife on the trip, including a visit to Okonjima – a conservation park for cheetah and other big cats. Sightings of Namibia’s wildlife will be frequent along the journey, with plenty of photo opportunities.

“Tracking the critically endangered black rhino by foot is a real highlight and once in a lifetime experience,” says Roberto Viviani, Wilderness Safaris. “We also track the rare desert-adapted elephants following ancient paths to their fresh water oases on this exploration.”

Between the scenic walks, mountain biking, animal tracking and visit to the rock art at Twyfelfontein, guests can opt to try hot-air ballooning and horse riding.

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