The road into camp would prove to be typical for all the safari routes we used here: twisty,
rock-filled, steep, and potholed. So our safari van provided a carnival-like thrill ride of
bumps, jolts, squeals, and dips. Sharon christened the roads “The Drake Passage on Land.”
Anyone who has crossed that treacherous passage from South America to the Antarctic
Peninsula will understand what she meant. Desert Rhino Camp was a typical tourist
accommodation in Africa with tent cabins for tourists and a central dining/library area.
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