The Villa, overlooking a natural waterhole, is situated in a secluded wilderness area. The Villa has 2 separate, private Suites, together with 2 select, en-suite bedrooms in the 'Main House', which together can accommodate groups of up to 8 adults.
The graceful 'Main House' living spaces are punctuated by a spacious lounge and dining area with an open, wood-burning fireplace. There are 2 en-suite, luxury bedrooms. The bathrooms have both an inside shower and a spectacular, outside bush-shower, together with a beautiful bath-with-a-view. There is also a magnificent infinity pool, surrounded on three sides by African, red teak decking and a walkway to an open, shaded 'Sala' - for some serious birding and afternoon napping - incorporating a roof fan to stir the gentle breeze that crosses the adjoining waterhole.
Two separate, exquisite, thatched Suites situated approximately 35m - 50m on either side of 'The Main House' are complemented by the choice of either an inside or a unique, outside bush-shower. Toilets and bidets accompany the baths, all with a bush view.
Fittingly, 3 of the 4 bedrooms have magnificent, wheeled, king size beds, for rolling out into the terraces to sleep under the stars: aka “Star beds". All the bedrooms have air-conditioning, high airy roofs with fans and when needed, heating facilities. Bedrooms also have an array of three, glass-paneled doors easily fold away to give magnificent, panoramic views of the surrounding vistas. These open doorways may be substituted with an elegant but practical, 'roll-down' canvas partitioning that contains heavy-duty gauze screens. This zip-fastened, secure, tent-style canvassing not only provides sufficient light, but also contributes to the impression of living in the wild by delivering the audible ambience of your surroundings, while still maintaining a degree of comfort and safety. Wi-Fi or a dial-up, internet connection is available with ample work space.
A personal host or hostess and chef attend to all your guest's needs whilst they enjoy their exclusive guide and game-drive vehicle, thus setting the leisurely pace that bests suits them, during their stay at Okonjima’s Grand African House.