With a Central Highlands safari, discover Okonjima, a conservation hotspot that is home to The AfriCat Foundation; famous for rehabilitating big cats and other wildlife. A family run business, the AfriCat conservation efforts have been ongoing since 1993 and since that time have helped to successfully reintroduce more than 1080 carnivores back into the wild.
The large reserve, which is malaria free and spans a tremendous 55,000 acres of pristine wilderness, is best known for helping cheetah return to their natural habitats. Visitors to the reserve can be a part of the conservation effort by observing the programme at work or game watch some of AfriCat's rehabilitated wildlife in the surrounding wilderness.
Incredible leopard sightings are on offer with the leopards at the reserve radio-tracked from vehicles to make sightings easier. Or, for a more adventurous turn you can track predators on foot with the chance to radio track cheetahs, rare African wild dogs and spotted hyenas. The reserve is also home to a wide variety of birdlife, with over 250 species recorded, including some birds endemic to Namibia like the Rock Runner and Carp's Black Tit.
You can also discover the interesting day to day life of a Bushman through a special walking trail. Delve into the traditional means San Bushman use to survive in such an inhospitable environment and the unique culture that governs their lives.
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