Okonjima Bush Camp sits amongst a 20,000 hectare area of a private nature reserve in Namibia between Etosha National Park and Windhoek.
The reserve can be explored by foot or by 4×4 vehicle, with leopards and cheetahs frequently seen on safari. Wildlife also can be viewed at the waterhole from the central camp area, where you can relax on sofas around the campfire.
The Bushcamp offers several activities, including bird watching, cheetah and leopard tracking and an opportunity to experience a day in the life of a Bushman where you can learn how they live first hand.
There are many opportunities for spectacular photos of the birdlife, wildlife or the fantastic scenery.
Okonjima is home of the AfriCat Foundation, a conservation project created to protect some of the large Carnivores in Namibia such as the Cheetah, Leopard and Brown Hyena.