We all know that the cheetah is the fastest land animal, but how many of us know that it is also Africa’s most endangered big cat? Cheetah Outreach, which is based in Cape Town, is dedicated to help conserve these amazing animals.
If your family loves fresh air and being in the outdoors, Cheetah Outreach is actually a great place for educative and interactive experiences. Needless to say, their ambassador cheetahs can be safely interacted with.
Your family’s fun day out will actually help the various projects they have to save the cheetah for future generations!
You will also find their staff professional, friendly and very knowledgeable about their subjects.
Fun for the whole family at Cheetah Outreach
Cheetah Outreach has several fun and informative activities for groups, families and schools to enjoy.
Have your picture taken with a cheetah (socially distanced of course) and go for a walk with a Cheetah, Caracal, or Meerkats accompanied by one of their animal keepers. Read more HERE.
Their Cheetah Encounters allow you the opportunity to be in close proximity to one of their cheetahs and you may have photos taken of you with the cat.
Requiring advance booking, the Walk with a Cheetah offers an opportunity to accompany a cheetah and keepers on a walk around their facility. During the walk there will be an opportunity to take pictures and have your photo taken with the cat.
Other popular activities include a Walk with Grace the Caracal; a Walk with the Meerkats; a Bat-eared Fox Encounter; a Caracal Encounter; an Enrichment Tour; a Feeding Tour; a Private Cheetah Encounter as well as a General Tour of the property.
You can make an online booking HERE.
Reviews from previous guests
“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,” wrote Carlos on their TripAdvisor page.
Lucindadavids added; “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…”
Cheetah Outreach is located at De Beers Avenue, Firgrove, Cape Town. Here is their location on Google Maps. For bookings, call +27 (0) 82 872 4007; email email@example.com or visit them online at www.cheetah.co.za today. Follow them on Facebook HERE and Instagram.