Important notes – a must read:

 

Enclosures Access:

Caracals – No access allowed.  The educational tour will still be conducted in front of the caracal enclosures.

African Wildcats & Servals – Access to all visitors including children are allowed. The educational tour will be done within the enclosures of these cats.  Children smaller than 4 years to be on a shoulder of a parent.  Strict children’s rules will apply.

Cheetah – A minimum height of 1.5m and over the age of 14 years required.

Photos:
Photos are allowed but with a 2m distance between the cat and person.  
Photos will ONLY be allowed under strict guidance of our guides.

  • Bookings are essential.
    Unfortunately, no visitors will be allowed at the main gate prior the above times.
  • All guests will be asked to sign an indemnity on issuing a ticket.
  • All tours will be limited to the maximum of 40 visitors. The total number of guests will be split into groups. Groups not to exceed the total of 20 guests per group.
  • All visitors enter enclosures at their own risk.
  • NO Go Pro or selfie sticks are allowed.
  • NO sudden movements.
  • Should any visitor cause a disturbance to the cats or tour, they will be asked by the tour guide to leave the enclosures immediately.
  • Please follow the guide’s instructions at all times.
  • Please stay with the group while attending the tour.
  • No running within the camps or outside the fences.
  • No loud noises of any kind.
  • Crying babies to be comforted at the parking area, please.  This is not only a disturbance for other guests but for the cats as well.
  • All rabies inoculations are up to date and on record.
  • The above arrangements are for your own safety as well as for the well-being of our cats.

Thank you for your co-operation with the above.


Our Pledge:

 

To ensure –
The survival of these cats for our future generations.
A viable genetic diversity.

To provide –
To repopulate these cats in deprived areas within South Africa.

To –
Breed responsible, raise, rewild and release.