Okonjima Plains Camp

Namibia

  • Home of the AfriCat Foundation
  • Chance to track and see some of the big cats
  • Spacious, well appointed rooms
  • Hearty tasty meals and friendly staff

Open:  Okonjima Plains Camp is open all year round.

Location:  Central highlands of Namibia

Rooms:  There are 14 Standard Rooms and 10 View Rooms. They are all tastefully decorated and spacious with en-suite facilities.  The View Rooms are newer and larger than the Standard Rooms, they have a larger veranda. All rooms have ceiling fans, mini-fridge, tea and coffee and a safe.

Activities:  The camp is home to the AfriCat Foundation. Apart from self-guided walks all other activities are extra.  These range from tracking the big cats in a 4x4, game drives and guided walks. If you are staying long enough you may also get to visit AfriCat’s Information & Carnivore Care Centre.

Facilities:   The Barn houses the reception area, curio shop, lounge, bar and dining area.  There is also an outdoor dining area and a secluded swimming pool.

Dining:  Dining is at separate tables.  

Children:  Children of all ages are welcome, although there are age restrictions on the activities.

Health:  This is a low risk malarial area.

Communication:  Mobile phone signal is generally quite good.  There is WiFi in the main area, a computer with internet and a telephone in the main area that guests can use.    

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Client Rating for Namibia 5/5 from 12 reviews

The view room was stunning. Well organised game drives. We did one pm Leopard drive and one am Cheetah drive. Both successful and making the most of our one night stay which we felt was enough.

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