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An interesting visit

On our journey into the camp we were lucky enough to see a leopard try to catch a young warthog... read more

Reviewed today
Durban, South Africa
Amazing Foundation

I stayed in the Plains Camp and got to see the work that Africat is doing. It really is amazing and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Thomas H
Sao Paulo, SP
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Reviewed today

On our journey into the camp we were lucky enough to see a leopard try to catch a young warthog. Fortunately for the little warthog, the mother was close at hand and rushed at the leopard. The leopard went without a meal that day, and...More

Thank harte
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stayed in the Plains Camp and got to see the work that Africat is doing. It really is amazing and I would highly recommend this spot to anyone in Namibia. As a science teacher I wholeheartedly support an organization that does education and conservation...More

Thank Thomas H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went on a tour of Africat, and a couple of the drives. We really loved it - knowledgeable, friendly, really excellent.

Thank Jonesthesteam123
Reviewed 9 May 2018

At the end of our stay at Okonjima, we went to the Africat building facilities where we saw the cages used for trapping the cats. there was so much care and passion for the preservation of the cats that could be seen with each of...More

Thank TravelinC2014
Reviewed 30 April 2018

We camped two nights at Africat and went for their cheetah spotting game drive/hike. We had such a great time! Our guide, Gert, was fun and informative and after we had walked out to watch a recently released cheetah, he found us two really beautiful...More

Thank TeamWilks
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Located about halfway between Etosha & Windhoek, but several km down a dirt road – not recommended for low clearance vehicles. Would be great for a larger group. First class facilities – restaurant, bar, gift shop, sitting area. Tour includes game drive to see cheetahs...More

Thank LucyLu_Texas
Reviewed 16 March 2018

We stayed at Africat for our final day/night in Namibia. It was only about a 2 hour drive from Windhoek so within easy striking distance for the rental car return and flight home. The campground only has four sites and they share a small pool...More

Thank InsightCanada
Reviewed 17 February 2018

Very nice visit here to learn about the program and see the cheetahs. We would recommend others to do it for sure. Staff are very informative and it lasts a couple hours.

Thank MFSB
Reviewed 22 January 2018

The mission of AfricaCat is to care for and hopefully place back into the wild, orphaned cheetahs and leopards. As these animals come into closer contact with farmers, they are often killed as pests. Their orphaned cubs are often left to die. AfriCat gives these...More

Thank Kenneth P
Reviewed 7 November 2017

After having stayed at Africat before on route back from Etosha we decided to stop in for a day visit on route up to Etosha this time. Their short tours and lunch make a very convenient and interesting half way point to break the drive...More

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