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The Plains Camp is 700m from the airstrip within the secluded wilderness area of Okonjima Nature Reserve and has majestic sunset views. Its design honours the Hanssen's family cattle-farming history with its three-tier accommodation facility of 10 large View Rooms, 14 spacious Standard Rooms and six affordable Garden Rooms. It is family-friendly and wheelchair accessible. 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. 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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Sadly, we only spent one short night here. It's a great place.Wish we had known how nice it really was, we would have stay 2 nights. It wasn't that long of a drive from Etosha, as all but he last half hour were on tar...More
We spent three nights at this camp. Checking in was very nice and pleasurable. The atmosphere was very relaxed with a lot of humor. We noticed that the whole team was extremely friendly and helpful. They had nice ideas and every time we met one...More
We stayed 2 nights here. We had an individual chalet looking out over the reserve, and within 50 metres of the central facilities. The room was very good with large en-suite facility, clean and comfortable bed.
Central facility was very good - large open plan...More
After hearing strong recommendations from friends, we decided to invest in a two night stay in Okonjima. Our cottages were well appointed with a gorgeous view, but there was no A/C and outside temperatures were around 40 C. Although the cottage had ceiling fans, it...More
Date of stay: November 2018
Response from Tyla H, Public Relations Manager at Okonjima Plains CampResponded 1 week ago
We sincerely apologise that you felt like you had such a terrible visit. Please bare in mind that the WEATHER is not in our control and that during the months of October/November Southern Africa, ie Namibia was experiencing a major heatwave with soaring...More
We stayed in one of the Garden rooms for 1 night at the end of our 3 week self drive tour of Namibia. It certainly was a highlight of the trip and could have quite easily stayed 2 nights to unwind a bit. The room...More
Response from ingegent68 | Reviewed this property |
We went on the leopard tracking. If I remember well, it started at 6 o'clock in the morning. There was coffee and tea and also some biscuits for us first, so we did not have to start with an empty stomach. The drive lasted... More
We went on the leopard tracking. If I remember well, it started at 6 o'clock in the morning. There was coffee and tea and also some biscuits for us first, so we did not have to start with an empty stomach. The drive lasted about 4 hours and we saw two leopard cups (as well as a lot of other animals such as a porcupine. Although breakfast normally does not last until 10 o'clock, they kept it available for uw.
We also did a cheetah tracking in the evening, which was also wonderfull.
Response from Q5616RCpatricks | Reviewed this property |
Bush Camp is nice and smaller. I perceived it as quite dark. The Plains Camp is much lighter and open space. I didn't stay at the Bush Camp, but I couldn't see that the extra price would be worth it. Only the activities are... More
Bush Camp is nice and smaller. I perceived it as quite dark. The Plains Camp is much lighter and open space. I didn't stay at the Bush Camp, but I couldn't see that the extra price would be worth it. Only the activities are already included in the price and at Plains Camp you have to pay for them separately.