Omboroko Campsite

Nestled Amongst the Omboroko Mountains

There are 4 private camp sites, who all share 1 private swimming-pool

Camping on Okonjima is the perfect experience for a small family, travelling through Namibia wanting to experience the feeling of being outdoors, and also learn about the carnivores of Namibia!

Omboroko Campsite Information

EACH PRIVATE CAMPSITE OFFERS:

  • Private shower/s(incl. hot water),
  • Private flush toilet/s,
  • A washing-up areaunder a roof with a power point to charge batteries and a light.
  • A viewpointfor sundowners.
  • Okonjima will provide 2 bundles of fire wood. FOC– If groups however require more wood, please inform your Okonjima Guide.

o    More than 2 bundles of wood will be an additional cost.

  • 1 fixed light per campsite for cooking & 1 power point is available for charging of fridges, cameras, cell phones etc.
  • This campsite is a self-catering facility; the Lodge does not caterfor campers.
    • No tents, drinks or meals are provided by Okonjima
  • None of the Lodge facilities are open or available to campers, except the curio-shop and Day Centre
  • Children are welcome. Due to the nature of our activities, child participation is restricted, depending on age!

Camp Koshi is the smallest campsite. Camp Chilala, Camp Chimelo & Camp Kendi, cater for more than one vehicle.

CAMP KOSHI & CAMP KENDI are a little different . . .

  • The private, showers (incl. hot water) are under roof and do not have a view.
  • Koshi has a flush toilet with a view, but Kendi’s 2 toilets do not have a view and are under-roof.
  • All campsites have a washing-up area under a roof and that special view-point for sundowners.

PLEASE NOTE:

  • OUR CAMP SITE RATES HAVE BEEN SPLIT BETWEEN AN ACCOMMODATION AND AN ACTIVITY RATE. ALL TRAILS WILL BE EXCLUDED AND BOOKED SEPARATELY AT AN ADDITIONAL COST.
  • OPTIONAL: CARNIVORE TRACKING IN THE 20 000HA NATURE RESERVE – GUIDED(BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

DID YOU KNOW?

‘THE OMBOROKO’ is the name of the main river on Okonjima.

The OKONJIMA ‘mountain range’ – is also called the ‘OMBOROKO MOUNTAINS’.

OMBOROKO means a natural ‘CRATER’ or what seems like a ‘man-made EXCAVATION’ in the Oshi-Herero language. There are a few natural ‘crater like formations’ in the area, which is why the Herero people named the river and the mountains on OKONJIMA – The Omborokos.

OKONJIMA from the Herero word meaning ‘PLACE OF THE BABOON’ – lies nestled in the Etjo Sand Stone, part of the well-known Waterberg Plateau.

An ‘ONJIMA’ is the ‘CHACMA BABOON’ you may see roaming the mountains around you when visiting Okonjima.

CAMP CHILALA, in the Tonga language of Zambia means, “Sleeping or a Place to Rest” –  completed in April 2004..

CAMP CHIMELO, in Igbo – a language of Nigeria means, “Made by God.”  – completed in July 2007.

CAMP KOSHI, meaning “full or satisfied” in a west African dialect –  completed in July 2010.

CAMP KENDI, meaning “The Loved One” in the Meru language of Kenya – completed in September 2010!

The Omboroko Swimming Pool, was completed December 2007

OKONJIMA ‘CAMPER-ACTIVITIES’ ON OFFER:

  • THE AFRICAT FOUNDATION:  AfriCat is a non-profit organisation set up to conserve and protect threatened cheetah, leopard, and other wild carnivores of Namibia.  Visitors will be able to observe some of this programme at work and learn more about these amazing and beautiful animals at The AfriCat Carnivore Care and Information Centre.
  • THE CHEETAH PROJECT: Offers visitors a valuable insight into the ‘welfare work’ of The AfriCat Foundation.  At AfriCat HQ, over the past 2 decades, the Rescue and Release Programme developed as a result of our relationship with the farming community. The welfare, in turn, was a by-product of the ‘Rescue and Release Programme’. Some of the ‘ambassadors’ in our care are young, fit and wild enough to be part of our Rehabilitation Project. There are, however, some cheetahs and leopards too old or tame to go back into the wild. These individuals are going to live out their lives under the expert care of the AfriCat team and continue to be “ambassadors” for their wild counter-parts.
  • BUSHMAN TRAIL: Experience a day in the life of a Bushman. It constitutes an easy walking trail and is highly informative. Guests get to learn about the art of making traditional artefacts and how the San adapt and survive in an unforgiving wilderness environment. Participation is welcomed!
  • BIRD WATCHING: Identify some of the more than 250+ species in the area, including some of the Namibian endemics – Carp’s Black Tit, Hartlaub’s Francolin and the (Damara) Rock Runner.
  • SWIMMING:  Guests are welcome to make use of the pool at any time of the day or night. All camps have their own swimming pool.

ADDITIONAL TRAILS ON OFFER:

CAMPERS – PLEASE NOTE: (LIMITED AVAILABILITY / LOW SEASON ONLY) (BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

If game-vehicles are available, and the Okonjima Reserve is not occupied with Lodge guests – tracking carnivores on foot will be offered at an additional cost. The Park activities can only be booked on arrival as they are subject to availability.

  • LEOPARD VIEWING:  Leopards are frequently seen, giving visitors an opportunity to observe these magnificent predators that are ‘radio-tracked’ from our game-viewing vehicles. The leopards roam freely and catch their own prey within the 20 000ha / 200km2 / 55 000acre Okonjima Nature Reserve. These cats however, are notoriously people-shy and sightings are not guaranteed.
  • LARGE CARNIVORE TRACKING ON FOOT:  Okonjima guests are invited to participate on foot in the radio-tracking of the ‘rehabilitated carnivores’ on the Tracking Trail within the 20 000ha / 200km2 / 55 000acre Okonjima Nature Reserves.
  • On your day of departure – you are welcome to book a second ‘tracking trail’ and then join the DAY EXCURSION from the Day Centre to AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’. (limited availability / booking on arrival necessary – subject to availability / additional cost)

READ MORE: Day Visits with Us

YOUR PROGRAMME:

ONE NIGHT @ THE OMBOROKO CAMPSITE

  • A guided tour to The AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’.
  • Self-guided Walking Trails on the surrounding mountains or in the bush-veldt are free of charge.

TWO NIGHTS @ THE OMBOROKO CAMPSITE

1st Day:

  • A guided tour to The AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’.
  • Self-guided Walking Trails on the surrounding mountains or in the bush-veldt are free of charge. Walking trails of 4 – 6 km’s, for those of you who want to spend some time alone in the solitude of the Okonjima wilderness. Walk amongst various game and enjoy glorious views. . . . However, most of the trails do not start from the camp, but require a short drive with your private vehicle to the start of the trail.

2nd Day:

  • Experience the life style of the San People on the Bushman Trial.
  • Self-guided Walking Trails on the surrounding mountains or in the bush-veldt are free of charge. Walking trails of 4 – 6 km’s, for those of you who want to spend some time alone in the solitude of the Okonjima wilderness. Walk amongst various game and enjoy glorious views. . . . However, most of the trails do not start from the camp, but require a short drive with your private vehicle to the start of the trail.

 CAMPERS – PLEASE NOTE: (LIMITED AVAILABILITY / LOW SEASON ONLY)

  • If there are game-vehicles available, and the Okonjima Reserve is not occupied with Lodge guests – tracking carnivores on foot will be offered at an additional cost.
  • On your day of departure – you are welcome to book a second ‘tracking trail’ and then join the DAY EXCURSION from the Day Centre to AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’. (limited availability / booking on arrival necessary – subject to availability / additional cost)

FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO SEE VIDEO CLIPS  – CLICK HERE:  http://okonjima.com/activities/

OKONJIMA CAMPING 2017: RACK AND STO RATES: 2017 (01 JANUARY – 31 DECEMBER)

4 EXCLUSIVE CAMP SITES Total (net)
Per Person
Per Night
Camp Site N$ 330
Children: 7 – 16 years N$ 165
Children: 0 – 6 years Free of Charge

Excludes:

Activities (Book on Arrival) Per Person
Per Activity
The AfriCat Foundation Welfare Project – Guided N$ 500
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 250
The Bushman Trail – Guided N$ 450
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 225
Walking trails through wilderness area – Self-guided
Trails up to 8km are available, made with varying degree of difficulty. Okonjima has positively identified over 250 bird species, which include most of Namibia’s endemics.

Optional: (BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

Activities Per Person
Per Activity
AM & PM Park Activities. Leopard / cheetah tracking in the Nature Reserve N$ 670
Children 7 -16 yrs N$ 340

Meals: (Day Centre or Lodges) PER PERSON
Dinner N$ 285
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 200
Breakfast/Lunch (per meal) N$ 150
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 105
Transfer from Campsite to Lodge for meals or optional activities N$ 55

OKONJIMA CAMPING 2018: RACK AND STO RATES:  2018 (01 JANUARY – 31 DECEMBER)

4 EXCLUSIVE CAMP SITES Total (net)
Per Person
Per Night
Camp Site N$ 400
Children: 7 – 16 years N$ 200
Children: 0 – 6 years Free of Charge

Excludes:

Activities (Book on Arrival) Per Person
Per Activity
The AfriCat Foundation Welfare Project – Guided N$ 550
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 275
The Bushman Trail – Guided N$ 500
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 250
Walking trails through wilderness area – Self-guided
Trails up to 8km are available, made with varying degree of difficulty. Okonjima has positively identified over 250 bird species, which include most of Namibia’s endemics.

Optional: (BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

Activities Per Person
Per Activity
AM & PM Park Activities. Leopard / cheetah tracking in the Nature Reserve N$ 700
Children 7 -16 yrs N$ 350

Meals: (Day Centre or Lodges) PER PERSON
Dinner N$ 385
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 230
Breakfast/Lunch (per meal) N$ 240
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 180
Transfer from Campsite to Lodge for meals or optional activities N$ 55

More Information:

All rates are quoted in Namibian Dollars (NAD)

PRIVATE CAMPSITE includes:
Two showers including hot water.
Two private flush toilets.
Under-cover scullery and dining area.
A  sundowner viewpoint.
Fire wood is provided.

SWIMMING POOL:
One campsite swimming pool can be enjoyed by all campers.

ELECTRICITY:
One fixed spotlight per campsite for cooking and packing.
One plug point for the charging of fridges, cameras, cell phones etc.

CHILDREN:
Due to the nature of our activities, child participation is restricted, depending on age and activity.
Parents will have to sign a special indemnity taking full responsibility for any children under the age of 16 years.

PLEASE NOTE:
Clients must provide their own food, drinks and all camping gear eg. tents, sleeping bags etc.

METHOD OF PAYMENT:
100% deposit within 7 days of placing the booking.
Via credit card / bank transfer

EFT/BANK TRANSFER PAYMENTS: 
We have an exciting payment option for EFT/Bank Transfer payments.

When you pay via EFT you are a winner, because . . .

  • Your payment will incur ZERO SWIFT or Transfer fees
  • There is zero commissions
  • Excellent Exchange Rates that beat the bank
  • Pay in your own local currency into a local bank account in your own country

Click here for more information and instructions on how to use our payment gateway.

CANCELLATION FEE POLICY:
High Season ( July – November)
60 – 31 days prior to arrival date  – 50% cancellation fees
30 – 8 days prior to arrival date – 80% cancellation fees
7 days – NO SHOW prior to arrival date – 100% cancellation fees

Low Season ( December – June)
30 – 15 days prior to arrival date – 50% cancellation fees
14 – 8 days prior to arrival date – 80% cancellation fees
7 days – NO SHOW prior to arrival date – 100% cancellation fees

CHECK IN TIMES:
From 13h00
Those who wish to partake in afternoon activities: before 16h00 (summer time) and 15h00 (winter time)

CHECK OUT TIMES:
No later than 10h30

Okonjima reserves the right to amend these rates as and when necessary!

Omboroko Campsite Information

About

EACH PRIVATE CAMPSITE OFFERS:

  • Private shower/s(incl. hot water),
  • Private flush toilet/s,
  • A washing-up areaunder a roof with a power point to charge batteries and a light.
  • A viewpointfor sundowners.
  • Okonjima will provide 2 bundles of fire wood. FOC– If groups however require more wood, please inform your Okonjima Guide.

o    More than 2 bundles of wood will be an additional cost.

  • 1 fixed light per campsite for cooking & 1 power point is available for charging of fridges, cameras, cell phones etc.
  • This campsite is a self-catering facility; the Lodge does not caterfor campers.
    • No tents, drinks or meals are provided by Okonjima
  • None of the Lodge facilities are open or available to campers, except the curio-shop and Day Centre
  • Children are welcome. Due to the nature of our activities, child participation is restricted, depending on age!

Camp Koshi is the smallest campsite. Camp Chilala, Camp Chimelo & Camp Kendi, cater for more than one vehicle.

CAMP KOSHI & CAMP KENDI are a little different . . .

  • The private, showers (incl. hot water) are under roof and do not have a view.
  • Koshi has a flush toilet with a view, but Kendi’s 2 toilets do not have a view and are under-roof.
  • All campsites have a washing-up area under a roof and that special view-point for sundowners.

PLEASE NOTE:

  • OUR CAMP SITE RATES HAVE BEEN SPLIT BETWEEN AN ACCOMMODATION AND AN ACTIVITY RATE. ALL TRAILS WILL BE EXCLUDED AND BOOKED SEPARATELY AT AN ADDITIONAL COST.
  • OPTIONAL: CARNIVORE TRACKING IN THE 20 000HA NATURE RESERVE – GUIDED(BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

DID YOU KNOW?

‘THE OMBOROKO’ is the name of the main river on Okonjima.

The OKONJIMA ‘mountain range’ – is also called the ‘OMBOROKO MOUNTAINS’.

OMBOROKO means a natural ‘CRATER’ or what seems like a ‘man-made EXCAVATION’ in the Oshi-Herero language. There are a few natural ‘crater like formations’ in the area, which is why the Herero people named the river and the mountains on OKONJIMA – The Omborokos.

OKONJIMA from the Herero word meaning ‘PLACE OF THE BABOON’ – lies nestled in the Etjo Sand Stone, part of the well-known Waterberg Plateau.

An ‘ONJIMA’ is the ‘CHACMA BABOON’ you may see roaming the mountains around you when visiting Okonjima.

CAMP CHILALA, in the Tonga language of Zambia means, “Sleeping or a Place to Rest” –  completed in April 2004..

CAMP CHIMELO, in Igbo – a language of Nigeria means, “Made by God.”  – completed in July 2007.

CAMP KOSHI, meaning “full or satisfied” in a west African dialect –  completed in July 2010.

CAMP KENDI, meaning “The Loved One” in the Meru language of Kenya – completed in September 2010!

The Omboroko Swimming Pool, was completed December 2007

Photo Gallery

Activities

OKONJIMA ‘CAMPER-ACTIVITIES’ ON OFFER:

  • THE AFRICAT FOUNDATION:  AfriCat is a non-profit organisation set up to conserve and protect threatened cheetah, leopard, and other wild carnivores of Namibia.  Visitors will be able to observe some of this programme at work and learn more about these amazing and beautiful animals at The AfriCat Carnivore Care and Information Centre.
  • THE CHEETAH PROJECT: Offers visitors a valuable insight into the ‘welfare work’ of The AfriCat Foundation.  At AfriCat HQ, over the past 2 decades, the Rescue and Release Programme developed as a result of our relationship with the farming community. The welfare, in turn, was a by-product of the ‘Rescue and Release Programme’. Some of the ‘ambassadors’ in our care are young, fit and wild enough to be part of our Rehabilitation Project. There are, however, some cheetahs and leopards too old or tame to go back into the wild. These individuals are going to live out their lives under the expert care of the AfriCat team and continue to be “ambassadors” for their wild counter-parts.
  • BUSHMAN TRAIL: Experience a day in the life of a Bushman. It constitutes an easy walking trail and is highly informative. Guests get to learn about the art of making traditional artefacts and how the San adapt and survive in an unforgiving wilderness environment. Participation is welcomed!
  • BIRD WATCHING: Identify some of the more than 250+ species in the area, including some of the Namibian endemics – Carp’s Black Tit, Hartlaub’s Francolin and the (Damara) Rock Runner.
  • SWIMMING:  Guests are welcome to make use of the pool at any time of the day or night. All camps have their own swimming pool.

ADDITIONAL TRAILS ON OFFER:

CAMPERS – PLEASE NOTE: (LIMITED AVAILABILITY / LOW SEASON ONLY) (BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

If game-vehicles are available, and the Okonjima Reserve is not occupied with Lodge guests – tracking carnivores on foot will be offered at an additional cost. The Park activities can only be booked on arrival as they are subject to availability.

  • LEOPARD VIEWING:  Leopards are frequently seen, giving visitors an opportunity to observe these magnificent predators that are ‘radio-tracked’ from our game-viewing vehicles. The leopards roam freely and catch their own prey within the 20 000ha / 200km2 / 55 000acre Okonjima Nature Reserve. These cats however, are notoriously people-shy and sightings are not guaranteed.
  • LARGE CARNIVORE TRACKING ON FOOT:  Okonjima guests are invited to participate on foot in the radio-tracking of the rehabilitated carnivores on the Tracking Trail within the 20 000ha / 200km2 / 55 000acre Okonjima Nature Reserves.
  • On your day of departure – you are welcome to book a second ‘tracking trail’ and then join the DAY EXCURSION from the Day Centre to AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’. (limited availability / booking on arrival necessary – subject to availability / additional cost)

READ MORE: Day Visits with Us

YOUR PROGRAMME:

ONE NIGHT @ THE OMBOROKO CAMPSITE

  • A guided tour to The AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’.
  • Self-guided Walking Trails on the surrounding mountains or in the bush-veldt are free of charge.

TWO NIGHTS @ THE OMBOROKO CAMPSITE

1st Day:

  • A guided tour to The AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’.
  • Self-guided Walking Trails on the surrounding mountains or in the bush-veldt are free of charge. Walking trails of 4 – 6 km’s, for those of you who want to spend some time alone in the solitude of the Okonjima wilderness. Walk amongst various game and enjoy glorious views. . . . However, most of the trails do not start from the camp, but require a short drive with your private vehicle to the start of the trail.

2nd Day:

  • Experience the life style of the San People on the Bushman Trial.
  • Self-guided Walking Trails on the surrounding mountains or in the bush-veldt are free of charge. Walking trails of 4 – 6 km’s, for those of you who want to spend some time alone in the solitude of the Okonjima wilderness. Walk amongst various game and enjoy glorious views. . . . However, most of the trails do not start from the camp, but require a short drive with your private vehicle to the start of the trail.

 CAMPERS – PLEASE NOTE: (LIMITED AVAILABILITY / LOW SEASON ONLY)

  • If there are game-vehicles available, and the Okonjima Reserve is not occupied with Lodge guests – tracking carnivores on foot will be offered at an additional cost.
  • On your day of departure – you are welcome to book a second ‘tracking trail’ and then join the DAY EXCURSION from the Day Centre to AfriCat’s ‘Information & Carnivore Care Centre’. (limited availability / booking on arrival necessary – subject to availability / additional cost)

FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO SEE VIDEO CLIPS  – CLICK HERE:  http://okonjima.com/activities/

Rates & Reservations

OKONJIMA CAMPING 2016: RACK AND STO RATES: 2016 (01 JANUARY – 31 DECEMBER)

4 EXCLUSIVE CAMP SITES Total (net)
Per Person
Per Night
Camp Site N$ 275
Children: 7 – 16 years N$ 135
Children: 0 – 6 years Free of Charge

Excludes:

Activities (Book on Arrival) Per Person
Per Activity
The AfriCat Foundation Welfare Project – Guided N$ 415
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 195
The Bushman Trail – Guided N$ 385
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 195
Walking trails through wilderness area – Self-guided
Trails up to 8km are available, made with varying degree of difficulty. Okonjima has positively identified over 250 bird species, which include most of Namibia’s endemics.

Optional: (BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

Activities Per Person
Per Activity
AM & PM Park Activities. Leopard / cheetah tracking in the Nature Reserve N$ 560
Children 7 -16 yrs N$ 280

Meals: (Day Centre or Lodges) PER PERSON
Dinner N$ 220
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 130
Breakfast/Lunch (per meal) N$ 165
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 105
Transfer from Campsite to Lodge for meals or optional activities N$ 55

OKONJIMA CAMPING 2017: RACK AND STO RATES:  2017 (01 JANUARY – 31 DECEMBER)

4 EXCLUSIVE CAMP SITES Total (net)
Per Person
Per Night
Camp Site N$ 330
Children: 7 – 16 years N$ 165
Children: 0 – 6 years Free of Charge

Excludes:

Activities (Book on Arrival) Per Person
Per Activity
The AfriCat Foundation Welfare Project – Guided N$ 500
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 250
The Bushman Trail – Guided N$ 450
Children 3 -16 yrs N$ 225
Walking trails through wilderness area – Self-guided
Trails up to 8km are available, made with varying degree of difficulty. Okonjima has positively identified over 250 bird species, which include most of Namibia’s endemics.

Optional: (BOOKED ON ARRIVAL AS THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

Activities Per Person
Per Activity
AM & PM Park Activities. Leopard / cheetah tracking in the Nature Reserve N$ 670
Children 7 -16 yrs N$ 340

Meals: (Day Centre or Lodges) PER PERSON
Dinner N$ 285
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 200
Breakfast/Lunch (per meal) N$ 150
– children 3 -16 yrs N$ 105
Transfer from Campsite to Lodge for meals or optional activities N$ 55

More Information:

All rates are quoted in Namibian Dollars (NAD)

PRIVATE CAMPSITE includes:
Two showers including hot water.
Two private flush toilets.
Under-cover scullery and dining area.
A  sundowner viewpoint.
Fire wood is provided.

SWIMMING POOL:
One campsite swimming pool can be enjoyed by all campers.

ELECTRICITY:
One fixed spotlight per campsite for cooking and packing.
One plug point for the charging of fridges, cameras, cell phones etc.

CHILDREN:
Due to the nature of our activities, child participation is restricted, depending on age and activity.
Parents will have to sign a special indemnity taking full responsibility for any children under the age of 16 years.

PLEASE NOTE:
Clients must provide their own food, drinks and all camping gear eg. tents, sleeping bags etc.

METHOD OF PAYMENT:
100% deposit within 7 days of placing the booking.
Via credit card / bank transfer

EFT/BANK TRANSFER PAYMENTS: 
We have an exciting payment option for EFT/Bank Transfer payments.

When you pay via EFT you are a winner, because . . .

  • Your payment will incur ZERO SWIFT or Transfer fees
  • There is zero commissions
  • Excellent Exchange Rates that beat the bank
  • Pay in your own local currency into a local bank account in your own country

Click here for more information and instructions on how to use our payment gateway.

CANCELLATION FEE POLICY:
High Season ( July – November)
60 – 31 days prior to arrival date  – 50% cancellation fees
30 – 8 days prior to arrival date – 80% cancellation fees
7 days – NO SHOW prior to arrival date – 100% cancellation fees

Low Season ( December – June)
30 – 15 days prior to arrival date – 50% cancellation fees
14 – 8 days prior to arrival date – 80% cancellation fees
7 days – NO SHOW prior to arrival date – 100% cancellation fees

CHECK IN TIMES:
From 12h00
Those who wish to partake in afternoon activities: before 16h00 (summer time) and 15h00 (winter time)

CHECK OUT TIMES:
No later than 10h30

Okonjima reserves the right to amend these rates as and when necessary!