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Cheetah Outreach is an education and community-based programme created to raise awareness of the plight of the cheetah and to campaign for its survival.Cheetah Outreach is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year to the public. We are open from 9h30 to...more
We had the opportunity to visit cheetah outreach on our recent trip to cape town. We sighed up for the adult cheetah encounter and were able to meet to of the cheetahs. The staff was very friendly and answered all the questions we had. This...More
This is a great experience if you are limited in time. We were able to reserve a cheetah encounter when we arrived. There is also plenty to see and learn about cheetah preservation and the Anatolian Shepard dogs which are used to help prevent unnecessary...More
Took my 17 year old Icelandic niece here, and she had an amazing experience. It is a nice place for a morning or afternoon outing. Takes about and hour to and hour and a half to walk through the enclosure and do an interaction or...More
I would like to point out that it often depends on how you approach something whether it will be a positive or a negative experience. Off course I do have to mention that we were there off season so there was not many visitors. For...More
We came here for a cub cheetah encounter and bought our tickets. the encounters start at 2pm and we were told that they fed the cheats so if we would want a encounter we would have to wait, we waited 30min and they said we...More
This cheetah sanctuary is very nice, mainly towards raising awareness for their animal protection through anatolian shepherds! It has a cheap entry, and we did the option to pet the cheetahs as well. This was lovely, and the workers were also very nice. I was...More
A minimal charge for entry just to walk around by yourself,with a high internal lookout point over the area as well.There are guided tours and encounters as well at additional charges.The place is clean and neat and the animals looked well cared for.You can also...More
i had the chance to volunteer here and they are doing such great things to educate people about the extinction of cheetahs and education of other wildlife! its nice that it inst at all a zoo or park but an educational facility with the experience...More
We had a great time at the rehabilitation center. For those who have commented that they didn’t get to play with the cheetahs, nor understood what their money was going toward, or lastly paid for the adult and got to see a cub - it’s...More
It's only 10 rand to get in and then you pay 175 rand to interact with an adult cheetah and 275 for the cubs. We did both and found the experience amazing. I think you can pay to interact with the meerkats on entry. They are... More
It's only 10 rand to get in and then you pay 175 rand to interact with an adult cheetah and 275 for the cubs. We did both and found the experience amazing. I think you can pay to interact with the meerkats on entry. They are doing such worthwhile work - enjoy!