West of the Waterberg Plateau, the vast plains are occasionally broken by the remnants of ancient Sandstone outcrops, which once covered large areas of northern Namibia.
Nestled among the Omboroko Mountains lies Okonjima – a Herero name meaning Place of the Baboons. This is much more than just a lodge. Okonjima is also home to The Africat Foundation.
The Bush Suite, overlooking a waterhole, is nestled in the open Acacia thorn-veld with the sandstone Omboroko Mountains in the background. The Suite is situated in a secluded wilderness area approximately 3,5km from Main Camp and 500m from Bush Camp.
The bedrooms have high roofs with fans, air-conditioning and when needed, heating facilities and there are 2 Queen-size beds, ONE of which can be wheeled outside onto the terraces for a night under the stars!
Okanjima Bush Suite has 2 separate, private, en-suite bedrooms under a magnificent thatched roof which together can accommodate a family or small group of 4.
There is a modern chef-designed kitchenette with wine and soft drink coolers, both gas and electrical cooking facilities, and an endless supply of ice from a double door refrigerator.
The living space boasts a spacious lounge, a dining area under-roof or outside under natural shade and an open, wood-burning fireplace and a uniquely designed pool (13 metres in length).
Each bathroom has both an inside shower and a spectacular outside bush-shower together with a beautiful colonial and bath and toilet with a view.
There is Wi-Fi or dial-up internet connection with ample work space in each bedroom.
The Suite has a personal host and chef attend to your needs, and game drives are with your own exclusive vehicle and guide.
Children are welcome, BUT no ‘child-care service’ is available and due to the nature of activities, child participation is restricted.