Conservation is at its core.
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Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp
- Combining Conservation and Tourism
- Fantastic Big Cat Safari
- Perfect for Family Travel
Facilities includeWifi Child Friendly Swimming Pool Room Safe Restaurant Bar
- Night Drives
- Hiking and Walking
- Game Drives in 4WD
- Conservation Activities
- Cheetah Walking Safrais
Seasons in Namibia
About Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp
Enclosed in its own private area of the greater conservation area, Okonjima Bush Camp offers the most luxurious setting in this small corner of Namibia. Built on a foundation of conservation the Okonjima Lodges have worked in perfect partnership with conservation body, Africat to create an area where guests can spend time in pristine wilderness but also learn more about the conservation that goes on behind the scenes in the fight to save Africas big cats.
The Okonjima conservation area sits halfway between Etosha National Park and Windhoek at the start of the Omboroko Mountains. Being only a two and half hour drive from Windhoek Okonjima is the perfect place for many guests starting on ending the Namibia safari.
How to get there
Okonjima can be reached both by road and by air, being only two and a half hours from the capital, Windhoek on good tarred roads or a very short light aircraft flight.
When to go
The best time of year to visit Namibia is between April and September with increasingly dry weather and a little chill in the morning before it starts to warm up throughout the day.
Between December and March, there is some humid and there can be rain mostly in the form of short but powerful afternoon thunderstorms. More common in the central and eastern region of Namibia, with the dryer Northwest and Western regions being desert rain is unusual and always celebrated.
A fully inclusive camp guests are able to enjoy large privately spaced chalets each at least 80 meters from other guests ensuring privacy. Twice daily game drives are conducted in open sided 4x4 safari vehicles. Walking safaris are guided by armed rangers. Excluded from the nightly rates are some premium brands of imported spirits.
Travelling with children
Guests travelling with children should note that any child under 12 can not participate in walking safaris and guests with children under 16 will need to sign an indemnity form for their participation. Children of other ages are welcome in the camp, however.
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