Bright versions of earthy tones and an open-plan design give the place a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The eight chalets are spaced well apart from each other and are built like an African hut - with some essential modifications. The front half of the chalets roll up to reveal nothing but the African bush; each has an en suite bathroom, mini-bar, telephone, ceiling fan and a safe.
The living area, or lapa if you want to get into the swing of things, is an enormous open-sided thatch construction that looks out over a waterhole and the wilderness. Inside its earthen-coloured walls is the dining area, a large lounge with a raised fireplace, and a sunken bar area; next to it is the swimming pool.
8 luxurious huts with retractable fronts; mini-bar; telephone; private safe; overhead fan; swimming pool; curio shop; bar; restaurant; lounge with fireplace
AfriCat Foundation; leopard viewing; AfriCat Carnivore Care Centre; Bushman trail; self-guided nature trails up to 8km; bird watching
The AfriCat Foundation is world-renowned for its conservation work with all predators, with the emphasis on cheetahs and leopards, and is the main attraction at Okonjima. Track leopards, hyaena and rhino, follow the Bushman trail, and game viewing and birdwatching on the 220 sq km reserve.
At Bush Camp there will be no more than 6 people per game viewing vehicle, which ensures each guest a window seat and a more intimate experience exploring the bush.