Okonjima Bush Camp

Okonjima & central highlands Namibia

  • Excellent wildlife photo opportunities
  • Stunning honeymoon suite
  • Warm and efficient hospitality
  • Outdoor sala (lounge) at each chalet

Open:  Okonjima Bush Camp is open year round.

Location:  The camp is located on the AfriCat Foundation reserve in the Central Highlands.

Rooms:  There are 8 gorgeous thatched chalets and one honeymoon suite.  All chalets have 2 queen size beds, en-suite bathroom and an outside, open-fronted lapa which has comfy couches, mini-bar and a tea and coffee station. The honeymoon suite also has a bath and an outdoor shower.

Activities:  The big cats are the main attraction at Okonjima.  If you stay two nights you will have a good chance of getting close to the big cats at the AfriCat Information and Carnivore Care Centre. You can go for on special leopard sighting trips and game drives in the reserve and take guided nature walks.

Facilities:   The main building is curved in shape and looks out onto a small waterhole.  It houses a spacious lounge with various seating areas, the bar and dining area.  Dining also takes place al-fresco weather permitting.  To the side of the main area is a pool.

Dining:  Meals can be taken communally or at separate tables.

Children:  Children 12 and above are welcome at Okonjima Bush Camp.

Health:  This is a malaria area.

Communication:  There is mobile phone reception in the rooms and in the main areas. Each room has a telephone with internal lines only. WiFi is available in the main area.

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Client Rating for Namibia 5/5 from 12 reviews

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