We stayed here two nights so we could spend a full day learning about the cheetahs and the many conservation programs they run here. We cannot say enough good things about it. The room was clean and very spacious. The beds were comfortable. There were large windows with screens so you could take advantage of the breezes. The meals were excellent. The staff was kind, helpful, and knowledgeable. The museum was very informative and the morning cheetah run is not something to be missed. This is the type of conservation organization that is truly making an impact and not just on cheetahs.
We stayed here as a stop on the way back to Windhoek from Etosha. Extremely comfortable accommodation with personal attention by staff and owner, including dinner and breakfast at the lodge restaurant. However the primary object of the stay was to see the beautiful animals they are protecting, rearing and rehabilitating. They are doing a wonderful job, given the legal constraints and consideration of cheetah behaviour. It’s heartbreaking to see the animals behind fences but understandable given how the cheetah come to be there. If you love these animals like we do this is a worthwhile place to rest en route to/from Etosha and other Namibian attractions in the north.
We can't praise the staff highly enough, so friendly, knowledgeable and welcoming. Run as a charity, all the staff are dedicated to the cheetah cause. The rooms were well appointed and comfortable and the view from the porch across the thornveld to the Waterberg Plateau was pure Africa. The food was top restaurant standard. Our sundowner drive with Job was a highlight - even saw a brown hyena and several aardwolf! Laura and her cheetahs were very special. Plenty of birdlife .This place exceeded my expectations, as I wasn't expecting so much from their website. Well worth a couple of days visit to break up the trip to Etosha from Windhoek.
My 7 year old daughter loves cheetahs. In her list of favorite animals it’s #2 (after foxes). The oppprtunity for us to see cheetahs feed, learn about their behavior, and take a short drive where we were in close proximity, then relax in the room and dine at the lovely restaurant... just perfect. I expect many may stop just in their way to or from Etosha but if you are not in a hurry I highly recommend and overnight stop.
Excellent accommodation set in the bush on the CCF reserve. Lovely views across to the Waterberg plateau especially from restaurant. Main reason for visit was to see and be informed about the Cheetahs. Went on the afternoon drive including the cheetah feeding. Excellent guides. Really lucky to be joined by Laurie and Bruce for dinner and wish them both well with the much-needed conservation work with these beautiful animals.Could have stayed 2nd night to fully appreciate their work.