Participate in radio-tracking of Cheetahs on foot and take a look at the Cheetah Project to see the Africat Foundation researchers at work with these animals. Watch Leopard from the safety of a hide or a safari vehicle and track them by signals from their radio collars during your safari in Namibia.
There are guided and self-guided walking trails, and a Bushman (San people) trail to experience a day in the life of the original hunter-gatherer. A 2 day program is available at these lodges in Africa.
Birding on foot or from a spacious viewing hide allow you to spot some of the 300 indigenous species in the area. Night game drives on a safari in Namibia brings to light Porcupines and other nocturnal creatures.
The AFRICAT Enviromental Education Centre continues to operate successfully. After many years of working with the farming community it became clear that youth education was vital to the long-term conservation of large carnivores. The WSPA/AFRICAT Environmental Education Centre opened in April 1998 with the objective of promoting predator and environmental awareness among Namibian youth.
The aim is that by visiting the Centre and participating in the AFRICAT Education Program, the children and young adults of Namibia will gain a new sense of understanding of the natural world and the importance of wildlife conservation.