ANN VAN DYK CHEETAH CENTRE AND LION AND SAFARI PARK TOUR: (Full day ± 8hrs)
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Minimum: 1 person
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We use qualified experienced tour guides.
Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre is closed on Mondays
Combine Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre tour with Lion Park tour to have a full day experience of Wild life in South Africa. The tour starts with Cheetah run (If included) at Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre in the early morning.
Cheetah run is the photographers dream, and truly breath-taking to witness the speeds that these remarkable animals can reach. A walk down the ambassador lane and short educational video about the centre and the founder Ann Van Dyk follows the Cheetah run.
The tour proceeds to the farm, where you will be able to see and learn about the many different animals available such as: Caracal, Serval, Vultures, and some of plain game that roam around- Impala and Nyala. The tour coincides with feeding time You will have the opportunity to go through Cheetah, and Wild dog camps, on Open vehicle drive.
At Lion and Safari Park, the guided game drive on a modern safari vehicle, will take you through the Lion, Wild dog and Hyena enclosures. During the tour you will have an opportunity to see herbivores including Zebra, Giraffe and Nyala. Antelopes are roaming freely in the Park.
Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre
The centre was established by Ann Van Dyk in an effort to breed what was once a threatened species. The centre has gained International recognition for bringing the Cheetah back from the brink of extinction- through its breeding programmes.
Since its inception some 800 Cheetahs have been raised and resettled in Game reserves, throughout South Africa and other Countries. Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre is now the breeding centre for: Cheetahs, Wild dogs, Vultures, Hyenas etc.Today the Centre can be proud of work being done to ensure the survival of acinonyx Jabatus – the Cheetah, successfully breeding these magnificent animals, including famous King Cheetah in Captivity.
Lion and Safari Park
The Lion and Safari Park is a 600 hectare wilderness reserved, situated in the Cradle of Humankind area. Guests are guaranteed an opportunity to get extremely close to many of Africa's most exciting animals.
The Lion Park is home to more than 85 Lions; including rare White lion, and many other Carnivores, such as Cheetahs and Wild dogs. A variety of Antelopes indigenous to Africa are also found. The Lion Park is not a Zoo; herbivores are roaming freely in the park.
Feeding Giraffe and other Animals (optional)
The feeding platform is periodically visited by a variety of other animals including Zebra and Nyala.
Also situated at the Lion Park, is the amazing Bul n' Buck Grill. The restaurant sells a variety of dishes, from Veal to Chicken, Seafood or Steak.
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