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Kwa Cheetah Breeding Project - CLOSED

Nambiti Private, Ladysmith 3370, South Africa
+27 83 377 9340
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This is an amazing project, however it is no longer open to the public

We are visiting South Africa right now and wants to visit the project but we were told by one of... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2016
WWtravelerUSA
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USA
Awesome experience

Three years ago I visited Kwa Cheetahs for the first time and this summer I hope to return for the... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2016
AnnaFoale
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Reading, United Kingdom
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A truly life changing experience awaits you at the Kwa Cheetah Project. Get to understand their plight of endangerment and amazing adaptations. Spend time with our Cheetahs, Servals & other orphans. An eye opening hands on interaction or thrilling walk with our cheetahs while they hunt will leave you in awe. We are dedicated to releasing our animals back to the wild, where they belong.
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21 Apr 2016
“This is an amazing project, however it is no longer open to the public”
15 Apr 2016
“Awesome experience”
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Nambiti Private, Ladysmith 3370, South Africa
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+27 83 377 9340
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Reviewed 21 April 2016

We are visiting South Africa right now and wants to visit the project but we were told by one of the lodges in Nambiti that the project is no longer open to the public. The project is evidently focusing on re-introducing the cats to the...More

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Reviewed 15 April 2016

Three years ago I visited Kwa Cheetahs for the first time and this summer I hope to return for the forth time so what makes people like me keep coming back? The work they are doing there to preserve these awesome creatures is one reason...More

Thank AnnaFoale
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Reviewed 27 March 2016

One must note that when one visits a place like this, it is your own choice as you are entering their "space". The visit we went on last year in June 2015 was very informative and it was great to learn about these animals and...More

Thank sbsmith2016
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Reviewed 13 February 2016

Excellent location and information. It was amazing to pet the cheetahs. They are such majestic animals.

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Reviewed 8 January 2016

Worth the experience, especially good for children. You'll interact with different environment and animals.

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Reviewed 18 October 2015

You get to see a cheetah from very close (and even walk with it) and your money helps to look after them. Great pictures and thrill guaranteed!

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Reviewed 5 October 2015

We flew all the way from Germany to visit this place which was supposed to be the highlight of our anniversary in South Africa...then drove what seemed like endless hours from Ballito, to get there...only be told at the gate that the place was closed...More

3  Thank Intrepid T
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KwaCheetah, Public Relations Manager at Kwa Cheetah Breeding Project, responded to this reviewResponded 7 October 2015

I am so sorry that you were not able to visit our project. We had posted on our Facebook page that we are closed for an indefinite period but not on our Website. We will post on our Website too. Thank you for your feedback.

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Reviewed 14 September 2015

Interesting and informative. The owners are obviously passionate about cheetah conservation and it was fascinating being able to get so close to the animals and see them practising chasing 'prey'.

Thank CornwallRose
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Reviewed 7 September 2015

I was there and have pictures to prove it. The day I was there a woman was attacked by a cat which is documented in newspapers. I want trip advisor to allow me to tell visitors to not go into enclosures with the cats.

10  Thank Frank G
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Reviewed 2 September 2015 via mobile

This was our 2nd visit, this time we were with friends who hadn't been before. We had a great time and would recommend anyone to go and experience the interaction with these magnificent animals. The staff do an amazing job. You have a talk first...More

1  Thank Hayes101
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