The Rare & Endangered Species Trust

Allowing tourism to brush with conservation & research in order to conserve, understand and educate. Founded in 2000, REST aims to bring attention to some of the most misunderstood and endangered animals in Namibia –
THE FORGOTTEN 5

Cape griffon vulture, Gyps coprotheres

Cape pangolin, Smutsia temminickii

Dwarf python, Python anchietae

Spotted rubber frog, Phrynomantis affinis

Damara Dik Dik, Modoqua kirkii

 

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The Rare & Endangered Species Trust

Allowing tourism to brush with conservation & research in order to conserve, understand and educate. Founded in 2000, REST aims to bring attention to some of the most misunderstood and endangered animals in Namibia –
THE FORGOTTEN 5

Cape griffon vulture, Gyps coprotheres

Cape pangolin, Smutsia temminickii

Dwarf python, Python anchietae

Spotted rubber frog, Phrynomantis affinis

Damara Dik Dik, Modoqua kirkii

 

Donate Today Our Brochure

The Rare & Endangered Species Trust

Allowing tourism to brush with conservation & research in order to conserve, understand and educate. Founded in 2000, REST aims to bring attention to some of the most misunderstood and endangered animals in Namibia –
THE FORGOTTEN 5

Cape griffon vulture, Gyps coprotheres

Cape pangolin, Smutsia temminickii

Dwarf python, Python anchietae

Spotted rubber frog, Phrynomantis affinis

Damara Dik Dik, Modoqua kirkii

 

Donate Today Our Brochure

The Rare & Endangered Species Trust

Allowing tourism to brush with conservation & research in order to conserve, understand and educate. Founded in 2000, REST aims to bring attention to some of the most misunderstood and endangered animals in Namibia

Donate Today Our Brochure

How to find REST

REST is finally settling in to our permanent home.  This land was purchased privately by the Founder and Director and provides a safe and secure home.  We have not completed all building, but are finally prepared to open our doors to day vistors.  Eventually, basic bungalows will be on site for visitors that wish to share a more intimate experience with some of our nocturnal animals.

Two daily tours will be offered which make stop overs from as far as Windhoek easy on the way to Etosha.  Private individuals and tour groups are welcome to bring along light lunches or snacks to be enjoyed on site.  Tours begin daily at 11:00am and 3:30pm.  Costs are USD$55.00 per person.  Visitors with SADC ID’s are given a 10 % discount upon request.  Bookings are required,

   We are now located east of Outjo on the C39 road to Otavi.  After the tar road ends and gravel begins, travel 4 km towards Otavi.  There is REST signage on the right.  Drive in and follow directions to the centre. 

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