Okonjima Nature Reserve is a Namibia bush camp in the Omboroko Mountains. It is home to The Africat Foundation - famous for research and rehabilitation of Cheetah and Leopard who roam freely in the reserve.
At Okonjima, you can get closer to these beautiful creatures than you have ever done before. The 'Cheetah Tracking Trail' gives you the chance to participate in radio-tracking rehabilitated Cheetahs on foot in the rehabilitation area, and see orphaned Cheetah.
'Leopard viewing' is from the safety of a hide or game-viewing vehicle, and sightings are good. There are guided and self-guided walking trails, and 'The Bushman Trail' lets you experience a day in the life of the original hunter-gatherer at this Namibia bush camp.
There are over 300 species of birds to keep you busy with your binoculars at this Africa lodge. Night drives are conducted so that you can see the nocturnally active creatures.
Children under the age of 12 are regrettably not permitted. This is due to the nature of the activities.