Loved going here and seeing the animals, had a great time. Knowledge and interest in the animals was great, especially the leopard and tigers! Thank you
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We decided to pop in on our way back home from a friend's farm nearby and we're SO glad for the impulsive decision! The tour was so informative and the guides and staff are very friendly and extremely passionate about what they do. We got...More
So informative and was able to pat a cheetah, feed a vulture and stroke an eagle. The staff were able to give us a lot of information on what animals could be put back into the wild and what ones could not for various reasons,
A lot of people had turned up for the 09:30 visit so after the initial fascinating 30 min intro talk (by the owner) we were split into more manageable groups. There were far too many parents with very young children - this isn't a suitable...More
This is by far my favorite place to visit in this area! We stay in Hoedspruit and every time we have visitors I advise them to visit the rehabilitation center. The tour is very informative and includes a briefing followed by the actual tour. Lots...More
During a recent safari in Southern Africa we vivited this center. It was so encouraging to see what they do to help animals that fall victem to the terrible things people can do such as set snare traps. Animals arrive close to death and maimed....More
What a great service to many animals. We saw several that are very difficult to see in the wild. Examples: honey badgers, cerval, cheetahs, and owls.
My husband and I loved our visit here! From learning about the important ways the Centre is working to rehabilitate the animals and seeing them up-close and personal, it was amazing. So good to know there are individuals working so hard to keep these animals...More