Begin your journey at a secluded lodge nestled in a grove of Quiver Trees. Watch as Black Eagles enjoy thermal updrafts, or take some time to explore the fascinating desert adapted plants that thrive in this unique ecosystem. Spot rare mountain zebra and elusive klipspringer, oryx or kudu roaming the remote valleys and side canyons, or look for the Cape clawless otter, fish eagle and other water-loving species that inhabit the permanent pools along the river. Take a hike through the Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon in the world before camping under the beautiful desert star-scape. Hike further along the spectacular river bed, watching out for diverse water birds or taking a refreshing dip in a rock pool. Finish with a challenging climb out of the canyon and a well-earned lunch accompanied by panoramic views.