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Okonjima Lodge offers a wide spectrum of accommodation offerings, ranging from well-appointed private camp sites to breathtaking safari lodges. The award-winning Okonjima African Villa and Private Bush Suite offer an unparalleled luxury safari experience, indulging guests with a private chef, guide and safari vehicle. Okonjima guarantees a unique African safari to remember. Our activities delight and educate even the most experienced of travellers. Mornings begin early with tracking cheetahs on foot in the Okonjima Nature Reserve alongside our experienced guides. Okonjima Nature Reserve is equally famed for frequent cheetah and leopard sightings on its safaris, as well as The AfriCat Foundation. In true African style, days end with game drives through the acacia thicket in search of elusive leopards followed by a sundowner. Whether you hike, bike or are an avid bird watcher, there are endless ways to spend your time at Okonjima.
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Okonjima was our first stop on a 2 week trip to Namibia and we were not disappointed. Our room was spacious and the bed extremely comfortable. We had our own separate lounge area, open to the elements and with comfortable day beds to view the...More
The rooms are lovely and provide a great view of nature. And the food provided was a generous spread and very tasty. But don't come here if you expect to see a cheetah up close.
We attended an afternoon game drive to spot cheetahs. At...More
We loved Room 9, furthest from the main building. The room is huge, comfortable and the big ceiling fans, though a tiny bit noisy, kept the room cool enough. It's incredibly private as there's no passers-by at all. The bathroom was excellent and it was...More
This was our first lodge on a tour of Namibia and it really set a very high standard for all the others we visited. The rooms at Bush Camp are excellent with a large bedroom, shower and plenty of storage space. There is also a...More
Stayed for two nights as part of a tour. Booked through an tour company and we couldn’t have asked for better. Put au in suite style ‘honeymoon’ accommodation. Way better than we expected. Views over the savannah to watch impala, warthog and several other species...More
No mosquito nets; they’re not really needed. There are sockets. Some take Namibian plugs, but for visitors there probably is also a socket which takes European plugs. Top tip: take a ‘UK to Europe’ adapter to Namibia.
Bush Camp every time. it is more expensive but there are fewer guests and a better ratio of guests to guides. It is more expensive but worth every penny. It was our first stop on a three week tour and one of our most... More
Bush Camp every time. it is more expensive but there are fewer guests and a better ratio of guests to guides. It is more expensive but worth every penny. It was our first stop on a three week tour and one of our most memorable stays.
There are camping sites for camper vans and I'd most certainly suggest booking ahead of time. Night time drives are not permitted in the Etosha National Park so if you want a night drive, you'd need to try for a private... More
There are camping sites for camper vans and I'd most certainly suggest booking ahead of time. Night time drives are not permitted in the Etosha National Park so if you want a night drive, you'd need to try for a private reserve.