Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre Half-Day Tour From Johannesburg

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  • Hotel pickup Available
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  • Duration: 6 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    6:30am Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the loca.. read more
  • Departure Details :
    Hotels around Sandton, Rosebank, Johannesburg CBD or OR Tambo International Airport
  • Return Details :
    Return to the Pick Up point (Hotel)
  • Cancellation Policy :
    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund


Ann van Dyk De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre has gained international recognition for bringing the cheetah back from the brink of extinction through its captive breeding programmes. This success has been unparalleled anywhere else in the world by Ann van Dyk De Wildt Cheetah Centre.Nestled in the foothills of the Magaliesberg in South Africas North West Province, the Ann van Dyk De Wildt Cheetah Research Centre is situated an hour from Johannesburg. Ann van Dyk De Wildt cheetah centreoffers you the opportunity to learn more about fascinating creatures such as the wild dog, cheetah and various species of owls and vultures. During your visit to Ann van Dyk De Wildt Cheetah centre an experienced guide will take you on a guided tour.

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The De Wildt Cheetah Sanctuary is an hour drive from Johannesburg. It's offers you the opportunity to learn more about fascinating creatures such as the wild dog, cheetah and various species of owls and vultures. The De Wildt Cheetah sanctuary is an excellent place to get up close to Cheetah and Wild Dogs, but also has a number of other really interesting animals to see including Honey Badgers, Wild Cats and Caracals. The centre specialises in breeding some of these rare mammals and in promoting awareness of the importance of conservation.

The De Wildt Cheetah Centre was established in 1971 with the aim of breeding endangered species. Over the past two decades the Centres efforts have resulted in the major achievement of breeding what was once a threatened species, the cheetah. Over the years, nearly 600 cheetah cubs have been born at De Wildt a dramatic contrast to the days when the cheetah population of South Africa was estimated at a mere 700.

While the cheetah project was the base from which the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre launched its conservation ethic, it soon widened to include other rare and endangered animal species such as wild dog, brown hyaena, serval cat, suni antelope, blue and red duiker, bontebok, riverine rabbit and vultures including the very rare Egyptian vulture.

Many of these have been successfully bred for later reintroduction into the wild, thus helping to re-populate areas where such species have disappeared or are no longer abundant.


  • Entrance fees
  • Entrance fees
  • National Park fees
  • Bottled water
  • Admission ticket
  • Driver/guide
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan


  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • DVD (available to purchase)
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Dress code is smart casual

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

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