Okonjima Plains Camp is home to the AfriCat foundation - a welfare organization that rescues carnivores from inhumane conditions, rehabilitates and releases them. The foundation creates awareness on conservation and educates people on environmental issues. They focus on researching and contributing towards habitat and wildlife conservation, as well as community upliftment. The family-run business has a vision of restoring their nature reserve back to its natural state, unaffected by modern cruelties such as poaching.
Accommodation is offered in a variety of options. All suites have en-suite bathrooms and spacious bedrooms. The camp is wheel-chair friendly. Children over the age of 3 years are welcome at the camp, but child participation on some of the activities is restricted.
A variety of game-viewing activities available during a stay at the camp include day and night game drives, bird watching, nature trails and animal tracking. The camp also has 2 swimming pools that can be enjoyed on warm afternoons.