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Tsitsikamma Wolf Sanctuary

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Great camp for wolfs

Camp was an short visit worth , looking into the work being done to preserve wolves in south... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
peter D
Ghent, Belgium
Surprisingly fun

I love wolves, so I was distressed to see them sad looking, and in dismal enclosures. This is a... read more

Reviewed 11 December 2016
Cape Town Central, South Africa
via mobile
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8 Aug 2017
“Great camp for wolfs”
10 Dec 2016
“Surprisingly fun”
| Glosderry, Kenilworth 7702, South Africa
+27 21 657 5868
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Camp was an short visit worth , looking into the work being done to preserve wolves in south africa Basic environment, nice in the nature where about 30 wolves live , in different clans with also some hybrids form the stupid wolve 'market' Admire the...More

1  Thank peter D
Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

I love wolves, so I was distressed to see them sad looking, and in dismal enclosures. This is a sanctuary where rescued, sick and injured wolves are cared for. Kudos to the carers. The rest of the place is more of an interactive animal farm,...More

Thank DeEchteNadia
Reviewed 9 November 2016

Visited the sanctuary to find out if it was as bad as some people say and it was quite the opposite. Found it very well run and very interesting due my lack of knowledge of the specie. Visitors musn't excpect a 5 star facility as...More

Thank wnnryfourie
Reviewed 6 October 2016

I was never really crazy about wolfs, but this caught my interest. It's definitely something I can recommend, it was about R150 if you go in for the normal no-guide tour and R175 with a guide. We did the R175 because then you get to...More

1  Thank Armand T
Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

So after visiting the wolf sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay and not being impressed this one did not go any better. Firstly when you park the ticket booth is closed. A board indicates hoot twice, which we did but nothing happened. Then when you follow the...More

Thank RachellFranken
Reviewed 27 July 2016

I've always wanted to see and interact with wolves, and my trip to the Tsitsikamma Wolf Sanctuary finally afforded me that opportunity. It is humbling and inspiring to see how hard the staff and volunteers work to care for these misunderstood creatures, and to educate...More

Thank roadtrippinSA
Reviewed 11 May 2016

I have pasted this area many times before and never thought of doing the tour. On one such day I decided to take the kids along ( 8/12 yrs ) & experience the encounter with the wolves.It was not all that great but did enjoy...More

Thank Ezzaat
Reviewed 20 February 2016 via mobile

What these people do for a living is nothing less then heroism. Don't know how people can be so naive. My only suggestion would be is to have some signage on the N2 to find you guys easier. If not for your website we would...More

Thank Deshika S
Reviewed 17 February 2016

Really cool experience. Really good and cheap food for the portions that you get. Saw alot of wolves. But had alot of fun with the other animals. All the animals seem to be treated really well

1  Thank LizardKing9000
Reviewed 28 October 2015

Why not support or rather sponsor these once loved as a pet and now depend on public and a minimum entry fee for survival.They once was a pet that was abandoned by their what you call owners.Cute little bundle of joy that a person took...More

Thank Gerrie2001
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