Cheetah Outreach, Stellenbosch
About Cheetah Outreach, Stellenbosch
Cheetah Outreach, Stellenbosch - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: On R44, near Somerset West, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Ticket Price: 10 ZAR
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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If you are looking for that adrenaline rush or simply want to experience safari drives so intrinsic to Africa, then head to the Cheetah Outreach located 20 kilometers away from Stellenbosch city center.
Interact with cute Cheetah cubs, Meerkats, Bat-eared foxes and Caracals and learn about how they are cared for and loved. The Cheetah Outreach also arranges educational programs about the animals- making it a perfect learning center for kids.
Watch the regal animals at their best at the outreach in an environment they shine in. You are sure to come out feeling a bit happier. A must for animal lovers.
Cheetah Outreach Information
- Do carry water and snacks with you and wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
- Visitors are advised to not feed the animals.
Cheetah Outreach Ticket Prices
- Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: R5
- Check official website for encounters, tour guides and public run tickets.
Cheetah Outreach Opening and Closing Hours
- Personal encounters with one of our ambassador cheetahs take place from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm to 5.00pm, cat willing.
- Times are subject to change.
How To reach Cheetah Outreach by Public Transport
- Rent a car to reach the place.
- Hire a metered taxi.
- Hire a private taxi.
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Cheetah Outreach, Stellenbosch Reviews - Write a Review
This was great deal for the price. To enter is a 10rand fee. And you get a guide that tells you about the animals. They have a project where they are training dogs to give to the farmers to protect their livestock from predators (cheetahs). That I find great. I just wish they had more space for the cheetahs to live more natural. I don't agree with animals being caged up. But that's just my opinion.
This is a very small reservation but the staff, and visitors really love the cats. There are several choices to interact with them, and stroke them, go for a walk with a Cheetah, and several other activities that can provide you with an unforgettable moment. Do not come if you expect a big park, or anything roomy. I did not like how little space they had! Many opportunities to part with your money by buying little Cheetah-themed souvenirs, pictures, and your own picture with them! It is all for a good cause, though.
It was smaller than expected, but the interactions are priceless. They house more than just cheetahs. All the animals are very cute!
Organised and professional. Clean facilities. Staff very friendly and courteous but still taking care of the needs of the cheetahs and not only seeing the visitors as customers. Just a bit expensive for the duration of the interaction. Great that you can still send your kids alone with handlers who will even take photos of your young kids with your cellphone.
Great place and a wonderful program. Best experience for our son. Staff is very nice and knowledgeable.
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