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Cheetah Outreach

Cheetah Outreach is an education community-based programme created to raise awareness of the plight of the cheetah and to campaign for its survival. Founder Annie Beckhelling launched the project in January 1997 with just two cheetahs and one hectare of land proved by Spier Wine Estate. Since then, ... More

Quinin House, Paardevlei, De Beers Avenue
Somerset West
+27 21 851 6250
Cheetah Outreach

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Adult cheetah experience (1offer)

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Recent Reviews
Absolutely amazing, to get so close and personal with these predators, you realise that there is a certain vulnerability to them. The sharp claws and teeth are merely a means of protection and that they are such sweet souls. I am not one who agrees with humans intervening with nature, but this sanctuary is a safe haven, a sanctuary that has offered these beings a chance at living out there lives in their natural environment, something that has unfortunately been taken from them, mainly because of people wanting exotic pets and then getting bored. They look happy and so well looked after. To everyone who works here that puts in the time and effort, you should all be proud.More
Owen, was a great guide going into detail about the outreach and even the other animals attached to the place i would have loved to touch one of the cheetahs , but experience was amazing ...More
We purposefully found the location of Cheetah Outreach (where they are under protection and looked after by volunteers) it was probably the peak moment of our trip to South Africa. After a long wait, as the Cheetahs need to be fed, slept and ready to interact with people, we were finally led -with lots of specific rules (ie.not wearing glasses, disinfecting our hands and shoes, kneeing down...) to view and even touch them. They are cared by volunteers, and this place is there to protect the cheetahs, not to entertain people. When we touched at different times, both the adult and baby (though still big) cheetahs purred, it was incredible, even as an adult I almost had tears in my eyes, and for my son it must have been indescribable. One of the volunteer careers said at that moment, that we should be proud of ourselves, this does not happen often, in fact rarely-we love animals! Another surprise was that cheetahs were protected (from the nearby villagers) by Turkish Kangal dogs. Wouldn't expect such familiar faces so far away from our own country:)More
We had a great visit here. We paid the entrance (10 Rand each) and to go in to see the cubs (200 Rand each) - we weren’t expecting to have to pay cash as they don’t take cards of any description. This is quite shortsighted in this day and age - apparently it is the decision of the owner. Lots of people were complaining because a lot of tourists don’t carry cash plus as the staff at the centre said, having a lot of cash is a security risk. Anyway money aside, it was a lovely centre and all the cats were in nice habitat. However it is very hot as there is not a lot of shade in the main animal area. We had a reasonable amount of time in with the cheetah cubs and I got to stroke two of the five. My husband was there more for photos than the stroking of the cubs but one of the Colin said she’d film me on my video camera. But every time I looked up she was chatting and not videoing me so I had to get my husband to take over as well as taking photos. It was lovely to get up so close to them and they were very tame. They were obviously happy and well looked after. There are some other animals and cats there - caracal, serval cat, dog, mongoose. There is also a nice gift shop but again only took cash. All the inside areas were very hot.More
Would have liked more time with the cheetahs (we got to spend about 15 mins with them), but the staff were knowledgable and accomodating. It was really interesting getting to be up close and personal with these amazing creatures!More