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Cheetah View Lodge
Cheetah View Lodge
Cheetah View Lodge
Cheetah View Lodge

Cheetah View: gallery


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Cheetah View: picture gallery


Cheetah View Lodge is the Cheetah Conservation Fund's new lodge situated in the central highlands.
Each of the five chalets has a small terrace to enjoy the surrounding bush...
...and views of the Waterberg Plateau.
Inside, the chalets are spacious with high ceilings...
...and twin beds, complete with mosquito nets.
The bathroom is open plan and decorated in neutral tones.
There is also small lounge at the front of the chalet with a sofa and an arm chair...
...and sliding glass doors to access the veranda.
The main area is a short walk from the chalets and is where all meals are eaten, either inside...
...or outside on the veranda.
It also has a view of  the lodge's newly created waterhole.
The main activities here focus on the rescued cheetahs housed at the CCF.
Including watching some of the cheetah's exercised during the 'cheetah run'.
Watch from behind a low fence, inside an enclosure, allowing for great photo opportunities.
The cheetahs chase a lure pulled at speeds of up to 40km/h...
...which is then exchanged for meat on the end of a long wooden spoon...
...by one of the CCF staff.
The CCF also has a fantastic research and education centre...
...containing information not only about the wildlife of Namibia...
...but also the more specific work carried out by the CCF.
A tour of the CCF will also include a visit to the dancing goat creamery and...
...a look at the livestock guarding dog programme.
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Cheetah View Lodge is the Cheetah Conservation Fund's new lodge situated in the central highlands.
Cheetah View Lodge is the Cheetah Conservation Fund's new lodge situated in the central highlands.
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Each of the five chalets has a small terrace to enjoy the surrounding bush...
Each of the five chalets has a small terrace to enjoy the surrounding bush...
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...and views of the Waterberg Plateau.
...and views of the Waterberg Plateau.
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Inside, the chalets are spacious with high ceilings...
Inside, the chalets are spacious with high ceilings...
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...and twin beds, complete with mosquito nets.
...and twin beds, complete with mosquito nets.
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The bathroom is open plan and decorated in neutral tones.
The bathroom is open plan and decorated in neutral tones.
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There is also small lounge at the front of the chalet with a sofa and an arm chair...
There is also small lounge at the front of the chalet with a sofa and an arm chair...
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...and sliding glass doors to access the veranda.
...and sliding glass doors to access the veranda.
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The main area is a short walk from the chalets and is where all meals are eaten, either inside...
The main area is a short walk from the chalets and is where all meals are eaten, either inside...
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...or outside on the veranda.
...or outside on the veranda.
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It also has a view of  the lodge's newly created waterhole.
It also has a view of the lodge's newly created waterhole.
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The main activities here focus on the rescued cheetahs housed at the CCF.
The main activities here focus on the rescued cheetahs housed at the CCF.
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Including watching some of the cheetah's exercised during the 'cheetah run'.
Including watching some of the cheetah's exercised during the 'cheetah run'.
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Watch from behind a low fence, inside an enclosure, allowing for great photo opportunities.
Watch from behind a low fence, inside an enclosure, allowing for great photo opportunities.
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The cheetahs chase a lure pulled at speeds of up to 40km/h...
The cheetahs chase a lure pulled at speeds of up to 40km/h...
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...which is then exchanged for meat on the end of a long wooden spoon...
...which is then exchanged for meat on the end of a long wooden spoon...
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...by one of the CCF staff.
...by one of the CCF staff.
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The CCF also has a fantastic research and education centre...
The CCF also has a fantastic research and education centre...
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...containing information not only about the wildlife of Namibia...
...containing information not only about the wildlife of Namibia...
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...but also the more specific work carried out by the CCF.
...but also the more specific work carried out by the CCF.
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A tour of the CCF will also include a visit to the dancing goat creamery and...
A tour of the CCF will also include a visit to the dancing goat creamery and...
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...a look at the livestock guarding dog programme.
...a look at the livestock guarding dog programme.

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