Cheetah Experience Ashia

Animal Sanctuaries / Big Game & Wildlife / Volunteering in or near Paarl, Cape Winelands in the Western Cape, South Africa.

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Animal Sanctuaries Big Game & Wildlife Volunteering Cape Winelands

Where? Ashia Sanctuary for Endangered Cheetahs, 633 Eben Farm, Sonstraal Road, Paarl, Cape Winelands, South Africa

When? Bookings are essential.
Monday to Sunday from 11h00 to 13h00 and 15h00 to 17h00.

How? Call +27 (0)72 956-3282

How much? Price on request

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Paarl, in Western Cape

As the fastest land mammal in the world and certainly one of the most elegant, cheetahs are nothing short of magnificent. These are one of Africa’s most precious species, and are always very rewarding to see up close and to photograph. The Ashia Sanctuary invites visitors to meet these intriguing predators, to watch them as they sprint over vast areas, and to learn more about their unique habits.

Visitors relish being part of the weekly cheetah runs, where the animals are taken to the massive running field and are able to sprint at full speed as their spectators enjoy the show. Private runs can also be arranged, which are fantastic for two people that want to get onto the track or in the middle of the running field for some spectacular displays of speed and award-worthy photographs. Cheetahs that are feeling energetic will entertain their onlookers for up to 90 minutes.

In the early morning or late afternoon, when the temperature has dipped, visitors can walk with a cub or adult cheetah around the dam and farm. Against the backdrop of the magnificent Drakenstein Mountains, you may explore the landscape with a curious cheetah that follows his nose, or simply sit quietly and enjoy the fresh air of the Western Cape outdoors in unspoken camaraderie.

The volunteer programme means that visitors wanting to spend a day at the sanctuary can assist the carers as they prepare meals, do the feeding round, assist with husbandry, and take care of the animals’ psychological well-being. Be part of the animal enrichment activities to see what it takes to make a real difference to the quality of life of Africa’s predators.

Ashia and its tours are available from Monday to Sunday. These include an educational talk and insights into amazing cheetah facts. Special packages can also be put together for very memorable corporate and private events. This sanctuary is situated in Paarl, just 45 minutes outside of Cape Town and its international airport.

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