Observe the programme and learn more about the protected carnivores, including cheetah and leopard.
The protected animals are radio-collared to enable tracking.
These guided drives take place after dinner and venture out into the nature reserve in search of the nocturnal wildlife, such as the elusive leopard on the prowl.
This radio-tracking activity takes place by foot, alongside a trained guide. Sightings may include the rehabilitated cheetahs, leopards, wild dogs and spotted hyenas.
Self-guided hiking trails are accessible during your stay. Walking trails cover distances of 4-8kms.
The area is host to an abundance of bird species, including special species such as Ruppell’s Parrot, Damara Hornbill, the Rockrunner and the White-tailed Shrike.
Rare & Endangered Species Trust (REST) is a non-profit organization that aims to conserve 5 of Namibia’s rare and endangered species. Attend optional talks by knowledgeable guides and enjoy the privilege of seeing the endangered Cape Griffon Vulture.
The camp has meeting facilities suitable for conferences, research presentations and wedding receptions.