Cheetah Outreach, Stellenbosch

Currently Closed
  • Address: On R44, near Somerset West, Stellenbosch, South Africa
  • Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +27-218516850
  • Ticket Price: 10 ZAR
  • Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Wildlife Park, Family And Kids
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About Cheetah Outreach, Stellenbosch

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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Things to Know Before Visiting Cheetah Outreach

  • 95% of people who visit Stellenbosch include Cheetah Outreach in their plan

  • 70.6% of people start their Cheetah Outreach visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Cheetah Outreach

Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cheetah Outreach

People normally club together Helshoogte Pass and Botanical Garden At University Of Stellenbosch while planning their visit to Cheetah Outreach.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Cheetah Outreach, Stellenbosch Reviews

  • Very friendly welcome. Interesting and very enjoyable. Amazing group of girls and guys. Thank you for all you are doing. Felt so at ease and happy when I left. Not like some places I've been at.

  • Guys this is a tourist trap, you can clearly see the Local Guides support this place full on, but to be honest, you pay a lot for a few strokes of the animal and thats about it. But the people are friendly, very informative and very knowledgeable. BUT this is a business in the end, therefore its no surprise they try to make as much money as possible without causing problems to the animal welfare people. Good luck

  • Awesome place they really take care of the animals there. You can also pet the cheetahs for a couple of minutes for a fee which goes into the sanctuary in helping more cheetahs. They do not drug the cheetahs for touching purposes either and have strict hygiene control. They have 30 cheetahs that they rotate daily for petting so they are not over worked

  • Interesting outreach project where the main purpose is to educate on the beautiful feline and it's dwindling population. R5 per person during weekday visits, R10 over the weekends! Crazily inexpensive with the outreach making its real profit from the animal encounters - photographs of visitors with ambassador animals of the park. A video and tour of the facility is available at no extra charge and definitely worthwhile to truly understand the objectives of Cheetah Outreach

  • Although the interaction with the cheetah is the touristic highlight in this place, its purpose is to gather funds for the ottoman shepherd dogs program, which are used to protect herds from predators like cheetahs, and hence prevent farmers from killing these predators. The center is very educational, and the staff/volunteers are amazing. I personally enjoyed the meerkat interaction experience more than the cheetah one, and I loved seeing animals such as the caracal as ambassadors for wild life protection. This place is amazing for all ages, and the rates are very reasonable.

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