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Daniell Cheetah Project

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R75, Kirkwood, Sundays River Valley, South Africa
+27 42 232 0539
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The concept of a breeding program for endangered species is interesting. However this is not,in my... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
1janey
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bradford
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Good work is being done with preserving cheetah

Interesting visit but felt that it was rushed and not too exciting, It was very hot and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
reidJhb
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JHB
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Daniell Cheetah Project offers you the unique opportunity to experience cheetahs from several age groups up close while they are relaxing, playing or being fed.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good29%
  • Average7%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
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R75, Kirkwood, Sundays River Valley, South Africa
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+27 42 232 0539
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The concept of a breeding program for endangered species is interesting. However this is not,in my opinion, happening here! The animals were too used to human contact, isolated in large cages with no trees or grass just man made wooden structures. There was no breeding...More

Thank 1janey
Reviewed 1 week ago

Interesting visit but felt that it was rushed and not too exciting, It was very hot and uncomfortable. We did not get a chance to touch the cheetah. Their collection of cats is good. The whole exhibit could do with a few more trees though....More

Thank reidJhb
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited this place last year and had to come back for another walk (mostly sat down though as she didn't want to do much walking 😁). The experience of getting up close with a cheetah is a great privilege and makes you appreciate what these...More

Thank Jooles101
Reviewed 7 October 2017

The women at the shop selling the tickets was not pleasent however our guide was really good - full of knowledge and friendly. we heard a lot of the cheetah as and endangered species, met hyenas and really changed our opinion of them! and the...More

Thank Felicia G
Reviewed 1 October 2017

Called back in to see the animals and staff at this marvellous facility. This was a return visit having visited before in May 2016. The return visit did not disappoint. We love the place. They do great work with the animals. Very impressed and since...More

Thank Pesaro2
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Interesting to observe cheetahs and other big cats from short distance. Good explanations about the nature of the different species. Of course the facilities resemble a zoo. There are a nice souvenir shop and lunchroom at the project. Our lunch was ok, offering good value...More

Thank RBR-66
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Was so impressed by the amazing work done here and the dedication of our guide. The Hyenas and their 3 month old baby was the highlight of the trip as we learnt so much. They have a perceived bad reputation and are actually loving and...More

Thank Liz I
Reviewed 12 July 2017

The place is run by people who are serious about conservation. Adults can stroke the cheetahs and generally you get to see all the big cats up quite close, as well as a pair of entertaining hyena! Small children need to be kept quiet by...More

Thank R5581XBjenniferw
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Professional and knowledgeable tour guide and personal attention from staff. Up close and personal interaction with animals make this attraction a must see!

Thank Laidbacktraveller78
Reviewed 14 May 2017

We went to the Daniell Cheetah project on our tour from Addo. For 80 ZAR, it was gorgeous to be guided around for 1h and see many wild cats (lions, servals, caracals, leopards,...) and especially the cheetahs. We had the chance to touch the cheetah...More

Thank siehstewoll
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Kruger282
20 February 2015|
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Response from AlexBig | Property representative |
Hello Bill, Thank you for your question. Yes, of course children are most welcome at the project. We do ask parents to bear in mind that children's safety and the cats' wellbeing are our highest priorities. We are keen for... More
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