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Cheetah Conservation Fund: Tours & Tickets

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A unique opportunity to experience conservation in action! CCF is the global leader in cheetah research, conservation and education. Its Centre, 44 kms east of Otjiwarongo, is open to the public all year round (8 am-5pm) except Christmas. CCF works...more
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Really well priced trip. The work these guys do is amazing it really gave us such a buzz to see how 1 person can make such a difference in starting something like this up. It's run really well, the guides are knowledgeable and the museum...More

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank JaneHold
TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hello! Thank you for your lovely review. I am glad that your family was able to attend the daily cheetah feeding activity, and that you were able to learn some information about cheetahs and cheetah conservation, from both our education centre and our staff. I've...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived without a reservation and only had to wait for 30 minutes before the next tour. We got into an open Jeep and were taken to the enclosure where the 4 resident cheetahs live. They’re old now so can’t be reintroduced to the wild....More

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank flyingfingers-7
TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Good day! Wow, what a wonderful review to read. I am delighted to hear that you were able to see Darwin, Livingstone, Polly and Rohini-Talala; four of our resident cheetahs here at CCF. Thank you for sharing some information about your visit to CCF. As...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We booked for cheetah run and cheetah drive in the morning. We spend 1100 nad for this activities and we are a little bit disappointed. In fact the cheetahs are running every day at 8am and so used to see the lure that they are...More

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Date of experience: September 2019
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TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hello, Thank you for taking the time to visit and review your experience of the Cheetah Conservation Fund. We appreciate your feedback and the positive reflection that you have given on CCF's research, education and conservation programmes. The collective support that CCF has is why...More

Reviewed 7 September 2019

CCF is not a safari destination, rather it is an excellent research facility dedicated to saving the very endangered cheetahs. Laurie Marker started CCF almost 30 years ago, and is the worlds expert in Cheetah Biology and Conservation. The grounds and facility are extensive with...More

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Lisa A
TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hello! Thank you for taking the time to share your experience of CCF, what a wonderful review to read. You have shared some wonderful information about our world-class research facility, and have really highlighted our mission - to save this vulnerable species from extinction. On...More

Reviewed 28 August 2019

While the site does require a detour off the main road at Otjiwarongo, the Cheetah Conservation Fund operation does provide an interesting stop along the road from Windhoek to Etosha NP, particularly since there really isn’t much in this part of the country. As part...More

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank Oxford1809
TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hello! Thank you for your wonderful review. I am glad to read that your group had an informative and enjoyable experience here at CCF. We love reading and hearing about our visitors that leave with a memorable experience, as well as learning about conservation and...More

Reviewed 22 August 2019

Our family of four visited the Cheetah Conservation Fund. It's a 45 minute detour off the paved road into the facility; the road in is very dusty and wide but easily passable. You cannot do a loop; must drive back the way you came, so...More

Date of experience: July 2019
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TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2019

Hello Sondra C, Thank you for your visit to the Cheetah Conservation Fund. I am glad that you got to learn about the Livestock Guarding Dog Program and the French Alpine goats that live with the dogs hre on our model farm. The goats and...More

Reviewed 26 July 2019

We came here expecting a real safari to see cheetahs. We had hoped for education about cheetahs as well. But what we experienced in the first hour was nothing but a photo op with three rescued pet cheetahs and reluctant answers to questions. This is...More

Date of experience: July 2019
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CCFNamibia, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2019

Hello! Thank you for your review. My name is Tayla Green, and I am the Guest Experience Coordinator here at Cheetah Conservation Fund. I am hoping that you could please email me at tayla@cheetah.org with just some more information, as I am not sure that...More

Reviewed 3 July 2019

CCF is obviously great for cheetah conservation. They are very creative about cheetah conservation as they look at it from every aspect that their creative staff, interns, volunteers can think of. To give one great example, their efforts with Anatolian Shepherds as a way to...More

Date of experience: June 2019
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TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 5 July 2019

Hello! Thank you for taking the time to visit us at our centre, and also for your awesome review. Our Livestock Guarding Dog Programme certainly is impressive - dogs saving cheetahs and helping communities, too! So glad to hear that our true message for conservation...More

Reviewed 17 June 2019 via mobile

So good - go and visit to see cheetahs up close at this professionally run place. Worth a visit and you can stay here as well.More

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Rampallion
TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 1 July 2019

Hello! Thank you for your wonderful review, we really appreciate it! I hope you had a memorable experience seeing and learning about some of our non-releasable cheetahs. If you come back and visit us again, do let us know! great to have you visit and...More

Reviewed 2 June 2019

It was just my husband and I that visited here but it would of been fantastic for kids as there was an educational centre. We took the trip to visit the cheetahs but unfortunately did not have enough time to stay for the feeding times.More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank mkkk64
TaylaCCF, Guest Relations Manager at Cheetah Conservation Fund, responded to this reviewResponded 1 July 2019

Hello! Thank you for coming to visit us here at CCF Namibia, and thank you very much for your review! Sorry that you were unable to see the non-releasable cheetahs at feeding time. If you are in Namibia again, let us know! Perhaps we can...More

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Response from 15matjan | Reviewed this property |
Rates for day activities starts from 200 NAD up to 480 NAD for adults. Kids pay half of the price. More info on their webpage.
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Yes, we actually got to interact with the cats up at the house as they have been handled since they were Cubs, including touching/petting them. They also come over and sniff and lick you, it's an amazing experience.
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It does vary but animals are alway around.
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