Sprint-training for Cheetah

Your stay to the Frans Indongo Lodge is not complete without a visit to the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)Only situated 1 hour 15 minutes from the Lodge, you can enjoy your day amongst the fastest cats in Africa – after which you can end-off your day at the Frans Indongo Lodge with a refreshing sundowner.

Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)

CCF is the world’s leading organization dedicated to saving the Cheetah in the wild and has a set of integrated programs aimed at addressing the principal of threats to the Cheetah.



Activities at CCF

While CCF aimed towards the protection of the Cheetah they also offer various day visits (and activities) giving you the opportunity to spend your day amongst the Cheetahs.

Below is a look at the activities available at CCF: 

Cheetah Feeding gives visitors the opportunity to meet CCF residents who cannot be released into the wild (See more);

Cheetah Run gives visitors the opportunity to experience the thrill of seeing Cheetah’s running close-up when joining them for their morning exercise (See more);

Cheetah Drive is the optimal photo-opportunity as visitors are taken around the center to meet some of the residents (See more);

You can also enjoy a Light Meal and Drink at the CCF Cheetah’s Café, before returning to the Frans Indongo Lodge (See more)

Did you know?

Did you know that the natural habitat of the Cheetah in the wild has shrunk dramatically all over the world, thus the fastest terrestrial animal on the planet has become a highly endangered species. With about 2,500 animals, Namibia boasts the largest Cheetah Population on earth. In order to protect Cheetah’s in Namibia, the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) was founded in 1990.