The 21st September is World Rhino Day and to celebrate, I thought that sharing my knowledge of Africa’s best places to spot these magnificent, yet endangered creatures was a must. Not only did I want to highlight my favourite places to simply see them, but I wanted to showcase some of Africa’s finest conservation programmes, aimed specifically at rhino protection, which you can support by visiting. If seeing rhino roaming freely in their natural habitat is a must-do on your bucket list, then look no further than the inspiration below.
1. Desert Rhino Camp, Namibia
Located within a remote corner of the million-acre Palmwag Reserve in northern Damaraland, Desert Rhino Camp is an extraordinary property from which you can spot an abundance of desert-adapted wildlife. These unique species not only include black rhino, but elephant, mountain zebra, giraffe, oryx and springbok. Supported by the Save the Rhino Trust, the