At Emdoneni, Birdlife is abundant. Emdoneni is a nature lovers paradise.
Emdoneni Cheetah and Serval Project - The aim of the project is to care for wild Cheetahs and Serval Cats, which have been orphaned or injured in the wild and are in need of care and rehabilitation.
"We also breed where possible and release the offspring back into their natural habitat. Animals are fed at 4:30pm daily and visitors to the project can experience the feeding and also enjoy an informative talk regarding the animals and the project by a guide".
The main emphasis of the cat project is to release the progeny of animals back into the wild. "We only keep our breeding pairs, those animals that cannot be released back into the wild, in the project and for educational purposes. All offspring, where possible, will be released into the wild, back where they belong".
The vision of the Emdoneni Cheetah & Serval Project is to create a wildlife awareness and education centre, also creating job opportunities for the local community. The provision and maintenance of an environmentally friendly and aesthetic wildlife centre for selected feline species.
The management of a wildlife centre in conformance with generally accepted standards, procedures and guidelines set by the KwaZulu Natal Wildlife Services.
To attract local community, including school groups and tourist to the centre for wildlife awareness and educational purposes.
Accommodation at Emdoneni Game Farm
Emdoneni Lodge and Game Farm in Hluhluwe offers guests intimate and comfortable 3-Star Game Lodge Accommodation in the form of chalets, rondavels and an Executive Suite on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, allowing guests...
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Activities at Emdoneni Game Farm
Cat Rehabilitation Centre
Join us for an up close and personal tour and learn more about South Africa's endangered wild cat species. Come and be mesmerised by the beauty of the Caracal (Lynx), enchanted by the playful Serval, astonished by the speed and agility of the Cheetah...
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Did you know?
At Emdoneni Lodge we offer guests the opportunity to view four of the seven cat species found in Africa.
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