Cheetah/ De Wildt

Discount is only for booking 2 or more people.

R2,100.00

Description

Established in 1971 as a cheetah breeding project, the centre has bred over 800 cheetah cubs in just 40 years. Since this establishment was founded, there has been a wide array of conservation projects including the wild dog breeding programme.

The aim of this centre is to preserve the cheetah and wild dog, support scientific investigations towards endangered species, promote conservation through education and public awareness and to afford visitors to get a view of these endangered species. This tour will raise awareness on how to love and protect endangered species before they go extinct.

Tour Starts: 07:30 and 12:15

Duration: Half day

Description

Established in 1971 as a cheetah breeding project, the centre has bred over 800 cheetah cubs in just 40 years. Since this establishment was founded, there has been a wide array of conservation projects including the wild dog breeding programme.

The aim of this centre is to preserve the cheetah and wild dog, support scientific investigations towards endangered species, promote conservation through education and public awareness and to afford visitors to get a view of these endangered species. This tour will raise awareness on how to love and protect endangered species before they go extinct.

Cheetah, Wild dog and Cape Vulture rehabilitation
Optional tour to the aerial cable way in Hartesbeespoort

We can fetch you from your current location and take you back. (Terms and conditions apply)

In this half day tour you will be educated on how to protect and conserve the endangered species. You will also visit the Cheetah, Wild Dog and Vulture Rehabilitation Centre.

An optional tour to the aerial cableway in Hartbeespoort has been made available at additional cost upon request.