Okonjima Wild Cat Safari

Cheetahs have lost 91% of their historic range over the last 60 years. Only around 7000 cheetahs are left in the wild. Leopards are also disappearing at a frightening rate. Namibia is one of their remaining havens. 

Both these spotted cats are supported at the excellent Okonjima Africat rehabilitation centre. On this nature reserve you can track big cats with radio collars, making it easy to experience different big cats in a single afternoon or morning game drive.

Not just leopards and cheetahs, but also African wild cats, servals, bat-eared foxes, aardwolves, honey badgers, jackals, brown and spotted hyenas.

This is a stunning stop on the route between Windhoek and Etosha, or a possible day trip from Windhoek.

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