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We actually wanted to go to Table Mountain but found out the morning when we arrived there the cable car was closed. So then we decided to go to World of Birds. What a must for all families. We saw Birds that we only saw...More
Our grandchildren love the World of Birds.
The main attraction is the walk-in cage where the cutest little monkeys will climb on you when their keeper throws seeds and raisins.
Walking through the raptor enclosures is the ideal way of seeing these amazing birds close...More
Africa's largest bird sanctuary & few small mammals too can be seen. Interestingly you can see & click birds, including birds of prey, from close range within the enclosures. Seems like adventure. Most birds are used to human presence. Do not disturb the birds, a...More
We visited this amazing wildlife park on our holiday in Cape Town. What a hidden treasure it is! Lots of birds, monkeys, tortoises and other creatures to see. The park does such good work looking after injured and abandoned birds and animals. The entry fee...More
The terribly windy weather limited our options for activities with the kids, but we are so glad we chose to visit the bird park. We had a fun morning walking through the enclosures and seeing the variety of birds and animals. Highly recommended!
We came here because it was raining in the morning, (though most of it is actually outside) and hadn't planned to come here- but it was fantastic! Such a fab little gem, there is monkeys, birds, reptiles, small cats etc - really good morning out....More
This visit wasn't in our initial plans for Cape Town, but was the most enjoyable time that we had. Its a short drive from Cape Town, and the experience is worth it. So many birds and animals there, and for many of them you are...More
This marvellous institution located near Hout Bay in Cape Town is a must to visit.it is a bird sanctuary, one of the largest and a great place to lose track of time, so enjoyable is the outing. From parrots to ducks,loeries, owls,hawks even monkeys to...More