We got up close to caracals and a 90kg leopard, and went into the cages of two 2-month-old lion cubs, African wild cats and servals. The highlight though was entering the cage of two cheetahs who we stood a couple of metres away from. The experience lasted around an hour which I felt was enough, although there are lots of other packages such as walking with the cheetahs and photography sessions.
Although you are completely aware that these are wild animals, the guides put you at ease and have a whole host of knowledge to share. Most of the animals have been in captivity all their lives or for much of it which means it can feel a bit zoo-like, but the fact that the facility supports a wildlife hospital and raises awareness about big cats makes it worth a visit.
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