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All you need to know

No explanation is needed here! This section simply covers everything you need to know about your visit to Okonjima.


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TO DOWNLOAD the Okonjima Brochure, the AfriCat Flyer or the Omboroko Campsite Flyer

TO KEEP UPDATED with the daily ‘going-ons’ at AfriCat - visit our Face Book and news pages.

WEBSITE NEWS:
Cat's whisper newsletter.
AfriCat newsletters.

FACEBOOK:
Facebook Environmental Education Page
Facebook Okonjima Page
Facebook AfriCat Group Page
Facebook AfriCat Page

TWITTER:
twitter.com/OkonjimaNamibia
twitter.com/africat_namibia
 

PLAN YOUR HOLIDAY:

To assist you in every way possible with the planning of your holiday – we have added some helpful website links to the footer of our webpages. These footer-links cover GENERAL INFORMATION; OTHER NAMIBIA SITES; TRAVEL ADVICE; NAMIBIAN PARKS; FLORA & FAUNA & CONSERVATION.

TO HELP YOU PLAN YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH NAMIBIA – visit the NATURALLY NAMIBIA site

The Okonjima Nature Reserve is a privately-managed protected area of 22 000 hectaresThis conservation area is located in the heart of Namibia's commercial farmlands and requires sensitive land-management practices. The expanded nature reserve carries a considerable amount of daily maintenance beyond the usual lodge management activities.There are 8 permanent reserve staff members tasked with managing the numerous waterholes, 104 km of fence-line, an expansive network of wilderness trails and the grassland management programme. The field team is also critically involved in AfriCat's predator monitoring programme. The small daily park fee of N$230.00 per person is designed to help cover some of the associated costs for the reserve. 

For information about our rates, see our rates and reservations section, and select any additional information you are interested in from the drop-down menu.

 

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