Torra Conservancy Photos
Torra Conservancy lies south the Palmwag Conservancy and offers visitors over 3 500 square kilometres of pure and utter remote desert wilderness. This is the perfect destination for any Namibia safari that wants to spot those rare and stunning desert rhinos and elephants.
The Torra Conservancy may look devoid of life but the region does support elephant, lion, leopard, black rhino, cheetah, ostrich, kudu, duiker, warthog, steenbok, gemsbok, springbok, giraffe, mountain zebra, klipspringer, spotted hyaena. Although it must be pointed out that sightings of elephants, lions, leopards, black rhino, cheetah are rare.
NOTE: This is a very remote part of Africa, a breakdown or injury here and there will be trouble, help is very far away and doctors even further. Always travel in a convoy of two or more vehicles, have enough water and food for two extra nights and preferably a satellite phone.
Travelling the tracks of the Torra Conservancy is for the adventurous only, although on saying that, look at Damaraland lodges for the best safari options.
All photographs have been taken by us here at Uyaphi.com over 20 years.