Cheetah's Rock, Zanzibar

About Cheetah's Rock, Zanzibar

Cheetah's Rock, Zanzibar - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Stone Town, Zanzibar

Phone: +255-778875681

Ticket Price: 160 USD

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Time Required: 05:00 Hrs

Timings: 02:15 pm - 06:45 pm Details

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Cheetah’s Rock is an adventure tour for families visiting Zanzibar. Unlike most zoos, visitors can interact with the animals in the open. The wild inhabitants here are either rescued or donated to the institution. The most popular animals on the list are the cheetah Tyson, the white lion and the zebra. To ensure a beautiful and peaceful experience, the tour takes in only a limited number of people. After the welcoming refreshments and debriefing, guests are taken to meet the animals directly. Here you will see the methods of training animals without violence along with the various performances but up by them. You can enter the enclosure of younger animals but the fully-grown beasts can be seen only from the safety barrier. You can click tons of photos with of the animals.

Cheetah's Rock Information

  • Cheetah’s rock is open only on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
  • You may not be able to connect on call due to weak signals. Contact them via email instead.
  • This activity is not for children below 15 years.
  • Online booking is the only option for taking the tour.
  • Credit cards are not accepted for payment.
  • Rains may sometimes lead to tour cancellations.
  • Wear sturdy durable clothes. Avoid abayas and jewellery.
  • Trainers and boots are ideal footwear for the tour.
  • Additional contact No: +255 757962590

Cheetah's Rock Ticket Prices

  • Ticket price of 160$ per person includes transportation (both ways) from Zanzibar.
  • Transportation from remote locations might have a surcharge of 20 $ per car (not per person).

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  • I can't even put in words how happy I am to have gone to this amazing place! Jenny is fantastic and her dedication and passion for animals and conservation is contagious. I don't support zoos and this is really a sanctuary (I'm only saying this because some of the reviews mentioned "zoo"). Experience of interacting with animals was beyond words! Jenny also introduced a lot of interesting facts about different species. Truly an amazing experience! Thank you, Jenny!

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  • It’s a must see in Zanzibar! It may sound overpriced but it’s definitely worth the money. The staff and the chef take such a good care of the animals and try to provide conservation. You will get lots of interaction with the animals and great photos. If you are going with your own car, be sure to get some directions from the driver since the place is not easy to find. Locals might also help you out.

  • Jenny's heart and mission are in the right place and I would recommend a visit (particularly if you support wildlife preservation). I understand that from the outside looking in people can perceive the experience as "zoo-like", but I can assure you it is anything but... Jenny loves her animals (and animal welfare and conservation in general), and that much is abundantly clear. Again, I do not support zoo's in any way, shape, or form, and if I felt that this place was that then I'd be delivering a far different review. Cheetah Rock (along with Jenny and her staff) are purely an avant-garde way to educating the public, and supporting wildlife preservation and conservation in a different way (especially in a world like ours today where the circumstances are so dire). Cheetah Rock is worth the mission and the price, no doubt about it.

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  • An excellent non profit rescue and conservation centre. It advances and promotes both animal welfare and wildlife conservation. They give fun and educational close encounter tours. You should book well in advance, as they are often fully booked.

  • An animal shelter where you can feed and pet the animals. It's nice, though groups are pretty large so everything takes time. Eventually still animals are kept in pretty small cages .. educationally I guess it's worthwhile

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