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African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary

Where? African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary, 1201, Kleinbaai, Gansbaai, 7220, Cape Overberg
African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary, Cape Town
Gansbaai is one of the Western Capeís little treasures; popular for a number of water activities, not least of all, the shark cage diving on offer. This is also the scenic seaside home of the African Penguin and Seabird ...

Ashia Sanctuary for Cheetahs

Where? Ashia Sanctuary for Endangered Cheetahs, 633 Eben Farm, Sonstraal Road, Paarl, Cape Winelands, South Africa
Ashia Sanctuary for Cheetahs, Cape Town
Just outside Paarl, in the scenic Cape Winelands of the Western Cape Province, is the Cheetah Experience Ashia. This is a world-class cheetah sanctuary as well as a working farm that is conveniently situated less than an hour ...

Behind the Scenes Tour at SANCCOB

Where? SANCCOB, 22 Pentz Drive, Table View / Bloubergrant, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Behind the Scenes Tour at SANCCOB, Cape Town
The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds, SANCCOB is a non-profit sea bird rehabilitation centre based in Cape Town. SANCCOB aims to conserve and protect South Africa's sea birds, especially ...

Boulders Beach

Where? Boulders Beach, Simons Town, Cape Town
Boulders Beach, Cape Town
Boulders Beach near Simonís Town is a must for many reasons. It is tranquil, speckled with dramatic rounded boulders, lapped by the turquoise of the ocean, and home to scores of the endangered African penguin. In fact, it remains ...

Brenton Blue Butterfly Reserve

Where? Brenton On Sea, Garden Route.
Brenton Blue Butterfly Reserve, Cape Town
The Brenton blue butterfly, evident in late October until December, lives within one hectare of asteraceous coastal fynbos and its larvae depend entirely on the lower side of the leaves of Indigofera erecta for their food. ...

Cheetah Outreach

Where? Paardevlei, De Beers Avenue, Somerset West, Cape Helderberg, Western Cape
Cheetah Outreach, Cape Town
Visit the Cheetah Outreach facility and experience the excitement of a personal encounter with hand raised ambassador cheetahs. (Don't forget to bring your camera!). Heartland's Paardevlei property has made land available to ...

Cheetahland at Cango Wildlife Ranch

Where? Cango Wildlife Ranch, Route 62 en route Cango Caves, 3km outside Outshoorn.
Cheetahland at Cango Wildlife Ranch, Cape Town
Cheetahland established in 1988 as a wild cat conservation camp is the oldest and biggest Cheetah contact centre in the world. This sanctuary to Africa's endangered cats is preserved in the Karoo's picturesque town of Oudtshoorn. ...

Crocodile Cage Diving Outshoorn

Where? Cango Wildlife Ranch, R62 en route Cango Caves, 3km outside Outshoorn, Karoo.
Crocodile Cage Diving Outshoorn, Cape Town
'If you don't hurry up and eat all your vegetables, I'm not going to submerge you in an underwater cage into a pool of crocodiles five times your length'. Brussel sprouts and broccoli might not be the munch of choice of ...

Dick Dent Bird Sanctuary

Where? Broadway Boulevard, Somerset West, Cape Helderberg, Western Cape
Dick Dent Bird Sanctuary, Cape Town
As home to the greatest diversity of alien bird species in the country, the province of the Western Cape is the ideal spot for the Dick Dent Bird Sanctuary. This sanctuary is located in Somerset West, just outside Cape Town, and ...

Die Oog Bird Sanctuary

Where? Corner of Lakewood and Midwood Avenues, Bergvliet, Cape Town
Die Oog Bird Sanctuary, Cape Town
Die Oog Bird Sanctuary and Reserve, located in Bergvliet, is a sanctuary for ducks, herons, kingfishers and a major roosting site for cattle egret, sacred ibis, hadeda ibis and the reed cormorant. Die Oog Bird Sanctuary is ...

Drakenstein Lion Park

Where? Drakenstein Lion Park, Old Paarl Road (5km off the R44 on the way to Stellenbosch), Cape Winelands.
Drakenstein Lion Park, Cape Town
The Drakenstein Lion Park is a Sanctuary for captive born predators. Drakenstein Lion Park was established in 1998 to provide lions in distress with sanctuary, where they could live in safety, free from abuse and persecution, and ...

Drape a Snake around your Neck

Where? Cango Wildlife Ranch, R62 en route Cango Caves, 3km outside Outshoorn, Karoo, Western Cape.
Drape a Snake around your Neck, Cape Town
Slither through the Snake Park at the Cango Wildlife Ranch. Scale species surrender their secrets as you learn of their essential ecosystem engagements. Not on your usual guest list visit with Burmese Pythons, Ball Pythons, Black ...

Edith Stephens Wetland Park

Where? Entrance on Lansdowne Road, Philippi, Cape Flats.
Edith Stephens Wetland Park, Cape Town
The Edith Stephens Park is named after botanist Edith Stephens who bought the land in 1955 and entrusted it to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden and in 1999 the City of Cape Town added another 35 hectares to form the Edith ...

Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary

Where? We regret we no longer recommend this attraction.
Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary, Cape Town
We regret we no longer recommend this ...

Feed a Wallaby

Where? Cango Wildlife Ranch, R62 en route Cango Caves, 3km outside Outshoorn, Karoo.
Feed a Wallaby, Cape Town
A much more exciting game for kids than 'Where is Wally' is 'Where is the Wallaby'. The Wallaby Walkabout is an open enclosure at the Cango Wildlife Ranch where these happy hopping herbivores delight kids of all ages. These ...
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