Cheetah Park Budget Travel
Cheetah Park is a relocation and rehabilitation park that was started by a farming family who discovered the need for education and protection of cheetahs in the area.
The park survives solely on private donations and revenue produced by the camp and lodge over the years, and Cheetah Park budget travel is a highlight of any Namibia tour - getting up close and personal to the ‘semi-tame’ Cheetahs is an experience not to be missed.
Cheetah Park Budget Safaris
The Otjitotongwe Cheetah Park and Save the Cheetah Project aims to protect and conserve the limited numbers of cheetah in Southern Africa, and Cheetah Park budge safaris is a must-visit for all travellers with a love for wild animals.
Starting with a 1 hectare enclosure, the Park now has upwards of 40 hectares fenced areas where wild cheetah can roam. The eventual plan is to fence the whole farm and introduce other wildlife so the cheetah can kill and eat, fight, play and reproduce like they do in the wild. In the meantime meat to feed the cheetah is purchased locally.
Seeing these amazing animals up close and personal is an unforgettable experience, and visitors should be sure to bring cameras to capture these moments.