Okonjima is situated on its own private 200-square kilometre reserve, and has a variety of different accommodation options to suit all travellers.
The plains camp has 14 standard rooms and 10 view rooms, each with their own private veranda, two double beds, en suite bathrooms and the usual amenities you’d expect from a safari lodge.
The highlight at Okonjima is the incredible conservation work that they are doing, both with the big cats and the local community. This is a rare opportunity for you to see rehabilitated cheetah and leopard before they are released back into the wild: these moments make for excellent photo opportunities. Learn about all the work Okonjima does in educating schools and local communities to look after wildlife for the future.
Activities here include tracking leopard/cheetah and night time activities to see rare nocturnal animals such as porcupine, honey badgers and caracals.