Cape Town Animal Sanctuaries

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Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary

Where? McGregor
Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary is open from Thursdays to Sundays, from 10h00 - 16h00. Visitor Guides are on duty most Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 2pm. Visitors are welcome to watch feeding each day at ...

Boulders Beach

Where? Simons Town
Enjoy a day lazing at Boulders Beach and see the world famous penguin colony. Take a dip in the warmer waters of the Indian Ocean and find yourself swimming with the Penguins. Just remember this area is a ...

Cheetah Outreach

Where? Somerset West
Visit the Cheetah Outreach facility and experience the excitement of a personal encounter with hand raised ambassador cheetahs. (Don't forget to bring your camera!). Heartland's Paardevlei property has ...

Eagle Encounters at Spier

Where? Stellenbosch
Founded in December 2001 by Hank and Tracy Chalmers, Eagle Encounters is a bird of prey rehabilitation, education, conservation and eco-tourism centre. As a self-funded, non-profit establishment, we rely on ...

Crocodile Cage Diving Outshoorn

Where? Oudtshoorn
'If you don't hurry up and eat all your vegetables, I'm not going to submerge you in an underwater cage into a pool of crocodiles five times your length'. Brussel sprouts and broccoli might not be the munch of ...

Drape a Snake around your Neck

Where? Oudtshoorn
Slither through the Snake Park at the Cango Wildlife Ranch. Scale species surrender their secrets as you learn of their essential ecosystem engagements. Not on your usual guest list visit with Burmese Pythons, ...

Interact with Elephants at Buffelsdrift

Where? Oudtshoorn
Day visitors and guests at Buffelsdrift Game lodge are invited to join their 3 baby elephants for an early morning or late afternoon walk around the waterhole and watch the sun set on the horizon. The ...

Monkey Town

Where? Somerset West
Lying just 3 kilometres outside of Somerset West on the N2 en route to the Garden Route, Monkey Town is literally that, a space in which over 230 primates roam freely. Visitors get a first-hand view of the ...

Feed a Wallaby

Where? Oudtshoorn
A much more exciting game for kids than 'Where is Wally' is 'Where is the Wallaby'. The Wallaby Walkabout is an open enclosure at the Cango Wildlife Ranch where these happy hopping herbivores delight kids of ...

Valley of Ancients

Where? Oudtshoorn
In 2006 a once lost valley was rediscovered, the Valley of Ancients. In this hidden valley of wild animals a primal tribe built The Great Temple of tribute whose ruins today symbolise the place of human ...

Interact with Elephants

Where? Plettenberg Bay
Directly adjacent to Monkeyland and the Birds of Eden sanctuaries in Plettenberg Bay, The Elephant Sanctuary hosts a unique and fully guided educational program that sets itself apart from anything else that ...

Noah's Park Wolf Sanctuary

Where? Plettenberg Bay
Noah's Park & Wolf Sanctuary offers a fun-filled outing for the whole family at affordable prices. The diverse collection of wildlife and farmyard animals will fascinate both children and adults alike. ...

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