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All reviews honey badger rehabilitation centre wild dogs injured animals educational experience two hours informative tour well worth the visit south africa kruger park game drives oscar eagles vultures arm wildlife stroke
This is a great day out and you will learn a lot about African wildlife and the funds go to education and rehabilitation.
You can see only the animals, which cannot be released into the wild as the other ones are still in the rehabilitation...More
On arrival make sure you view the museum to see the impact humans have on wildlife- powerful and shocking.
Your tour begins with a passionate presentation - you just cannot argue with what is said.
During your tour you will enter some of the cages...More
Moses introduced the purpose of the centre and explained the good works carried out. It was mixed feelings as 90% of the animals and birds brought in cannot be returned to the wild due to the injuries or young age, limits their ability to cope...More
We booked here when looking at places to see other animals we might of not have seen on our Kruger Safari.
We booked the 3pm tour and Oscar was our guide. What a guy! He was full of knowledge and made it so interesting with...More
Very educational and fabulous to see the dedication these people for the rehabilitation of wild life and especially their rehab with exotic bird species not mention Stoffel their mischievous honey badger, a must visit when in the area..
Visited here recently with my partner on our recent trip to South Africa. The centre really focuses on education for people and rehab for its animals, where possible. Some animals, such as the predators, cannot go back into the wild after being injured or hand...More
After seeing this place as a listed stop on my group tour itinerary, I did some research and the more I researched the more excited I became for our visit.
Our host Marshall was very informative and clearly passionate about the animals in the Centre....More