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.
Omboroko campsite is one of four private campsites on the reserve. Each campsite offers a private shower (incl. hot water), private flush toilets, a washing up area under a roof with a power point to charge batteries and a light. The rate will include a private campsite and a guided tour to The AfriCat’s 'Information & Carnivore Care Centre', the most important big cat sanctuary in Namibia.
Self-guided walking trails on the surrounding mountains or in the bush-veldt are available at a small fee. 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.
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. This is the perfect Namibia camping experience.