This was the last stop on our holiday itinerary, and what a way to finish! We were upgraded to the bush camp where we had a thatched villa with ensuite facilities, a lounge area with bird feed, and a small private waterhole where we saw warthogs.
The delight of Okonjima is the work it does to rehabilitate orphaned or abandoned big cats into the wild. Radio collars mean the guides should be able to gram them and you have a good chance of getting to see them - but be aware, they are still wild animals and they may not want to come out to play, so you might just see an ear through the grass - but getting so close is an amazing experience.
The drivers the Camps from the main road takes about 25mins, but of you have a lay afternoon flight from Windhoek you can just manage the Cheetah tracking activity in the morning before you fly home.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.