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11 things to do

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Cheetah Conservation Fund

Founded in 1990, the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)'s mission is to be the internationally recognised centre of excellence in the conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems. CCF will work with all stakeholders to develop best practices in research, education, and land use to benefit all species, including people. CCF will work with all stakeholders within the cheetah’s ecosystem to develop best practices in research, education and ecology and create a sustainable model from which all other species, including people, will benefit. As Namibia has the largest and healthiest population of cheetahs left in the world, CCF's International Research and Education Centre is based in Namibia, near Otjiwarongo.

SEE   —  +264 (0) 67 306 225 —  Map

Waterberg Plateau

While visiting the Waterberg Plateau you will have the chance to see many different species of birds over 200 different species have been recorded here including spectacular black eagles and Namibia's only breeding colony of Cape vultures. The scenery is fantastic and there are several short, self guided bush walks and two longer hikes if you are feeling energetic.

SEE   —  +264 (0)61 285 7200 —  Map

Crocodile Farm

Near the eastern border of town, where you can observe and photograph crocodiles at close range and learn about the breeding habits of these reptiles.

SEE   —  +264 (0)67 302121 —  Map

Kameldorn Garten

A pleasant café/bistro, with tables outside in the shade, breakfasts and light meals, coffee, drinks.

EAT   —  Map

Cafe Carstensen

Bakery also selling coffee and light meals during the day.

EAT   —  St George’s St

Omaue Namibia

Affordable curios and also tourist information center.

Bush Pillow Guest House

Upmarket guesthouse in a quiet neighborhood.

SLEEP   —  +264 (0)67 303885 —  47 Son Rd

First National Bank

Bank, ATM & Foreign Exchange facilities

Theo's Spar Coffee Shop

Light meals and refreshments.

Theo's Spar

General Grocery needs

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