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The Cheetah Centre in South Africa was established in 1971, initially as a cheetah breeding project and the Centre has during the past 40 years bred over 800 cheetah cubs. Various conservation projects have been initiated since its inception which...more
I took the private tour of the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Sanctuary. It was a wonderful experience. I definitely felt that the private tour was worth the extra money. They have stopped doing the ambassador experience where guests pet the cheetah which I totally agree...More
We have been to the Centre quite often and will always recommend the visit to all our friends visiting the country. Every time we go we learn something new. Besides supporting the tremendous work done at the Centre it is probably the nicest days outing...More
We went on the family tour which was just long enough for the time we had available. We enjoyed the nearness of the cheetahs and the wild dogs although they were behind fences.The animals are very well kept and we enjoyed the information our guide...More
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NikkiS1969, Marketing at Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Morning - many thanks for your review. Yes, our family tour unfortunately does not go into the enclosures like a normal tour does - this is for the safety of the children. We are glad that you had an enjoyable day with us.
Beverly our tour guide was amazing. She was so knowledgeable about all the animals and gave us much insight into the lives of the animals in the bush. This centre does wonderful work towards saving the cheetah species. Well worth your time.
NikkiS1969, Marketing at Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your kind words - Betz, as well as all of our staff are very passionate about educating people about these wonderful animals that have been entrusted to us.