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AfriCat leopardCAT'S WHISPER January 2015
Read all about the Okonjima Nature Reserve and AfriCat action in our latest newsletter out now !

VET DENTISTRY | THE AFRICAT WILD DOGS | DIZZY A STORY ABOUT A REHABILITATED CHEETAH MOTHER | GUIDE SIGHTING REPORT, JUNE - NOVEMBER 2014 | THE AFRICAT HOBATERE LION RESEARCH PROJECT: 2014 FIELD NOTES | THE AFRICAT PREDATOR POPULATION DENSITY STUDY | AFRICAT TRAVELS TO THE UK . . . and much more

Read more: Cat's Whisper AfriCat Newsletter

Welcome to Okonjima, home of The AfriCat Foundation – the perfect African safari destination.

Situated halfway between the capital Windhoek and the Etosha National Park, the 55,000 acre Okonjima Game Reserve has some of the best accommodation in Namibia, but the highlight has to be the cheetah and leopard safaris.

Namibian safaris are truly wonderful and as The AfriCat Foundation rehabilitates cheetahs, wild dogs hyaenas and leopards, there are opportunities to see these beautiful carnivores in their natural environment.

If it’s a luxury safari you are looking for, then Okonjima has a Villa and Bush Suite where you will be truly spoiled, with your own chef and safari vehicle. There is accommodation to suit all budgets, from a private camp site to real safari lodges, but wherever you stay on Okonjima, you will be guaranteed an African safari to remember.

Tour Namibia, using the Naturally Namibia circuit to start your African safari visit Naturally Namibia

 


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