Cheetah Conservation Fund, Otjiwarongo

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Must see · Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Cheetah Conservation Fund serves as a research center as well as a sanctuary for local wildlife. Located in the country with the world's largest cheetah population, the center shelters and rehabilitates orphaned and injured animals. Luxury lodging and camping grounds are available for visitors wishing to extend their stay and take their experience to the next level. PutCheetah Conservation Fund into our Otjiwarongo road trip planning tool and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • This was unique, we were the only guests at the time so the experience was more personal and friendly. Was great seeing the animals and the sanctaury  more »
  • I arrived just before feeding time with the meat (Donkey - I think) portioned out. The keepers were very informative and open to all questions to enhance your experience. The cafe and gift shop were.....  more »
  • The work being done at the CCF is amazing. Wonderful atmosphere and staff. Great tour guides that will answer all your questions. Wonderful museum to get more insight. The 2pm feeding time is honestly the highlight. Plus there's the cheetah run as well.
  • I loved sharing this moment with people passionate about their profession. The animals seem happy and the activities are varied, don't hesitate to do all activities. I highly recommend

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