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The De Wildt Cheetah Sanctuary, started in 1971 on her parent's chicken farm by Ann van Dyk, has assumed a crucial role in the survival of many endangered South African species. Besides cheetah, the centre also contributes to the conservation of African wild dogs and Cape vultures.
In the last few decades the De Wildt Cheetah Sanctuary has played a crucial role in the survival of the magnificent cheetah and it remains a crucial centre for breeding African animals that are on the brink of extinction. It is now a world-renowned research centre.
Besides South African cheetah rehabilitation, the centre has also successfully bred African wild dog, brown hyena and Cape vulture. Particular highlights include the breeding and release of captive-born, highly endangered African wild dogs into a natural habitat
( http://www.southafrica.net/sat/content/en/za/full-article?oid=6382&sn=Detail&pid=1 )
A tour is well worth a visit, highlights are interaction with a cheetah, a game drive and for the energetic early morning risers the experience of a cheetah run!
Price includes: Professional Guide, Air-conditioned mini bus (seats 5 plus driver), public insurance, toll fees, and fuel. Excludes: Enterance fees to all sites, Portage, Meals and Refreshments Available: Mondayy ~ Sunday: 09.00 AM ~ 17.00 PM