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De Wildt Cheetah Research Centre

High Season Price:
R1515.00 incl entrance fees
Low Season Price:
N/A



he De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre, also known as Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre is a captive breeding facility for South African cheetahs and other animals that is situated in the foothills of the Magaliesberg mountain range in the North West Province of South Africa

De Wildt Cheetah Centre is situated north of Pretoria. The Centre was established in 1971 to breed endangered species of cheetah and over the past 20 years their efforts resulted in major achievements of breeding what once was a threatened species – the Cheetah (Acinonyx Jubatus).

The centre widened their conservation ethics to include other rare endangered species of animal such as: wild dog, brown hyena, serval, suni antelope, the very rare Egyptian Vulture and many more. The Centre is privately owned by Ann Van Dyk , a dedicated conservationist.

Their mission is to conserve, breed and wherever possible, reintroduce indigenous and endangered species back into their natural habitat.

To educate the younger generation to recognize the flora and fauna of their country and to value their natural heritage. You will be taken on a tour of the Cheetah Breeding Farm. (Regret no children under 6 years)

Min 2 persons.

Departure: On Request (min 2 people)
Morning tour departs at 07h30 and returns approx 14h00.
Afternoon tour departs at 12h00 and return at approx 17h30

De Wildt Cheetah Centre is situated north of Pretoria. The Centre was established in 1971 to breed endangered species of cheetah and over the past 20 years their efforts resulted in major achievements of breeding what once was a threatened species – the Cheetah (Acinonyx Jubatus).

The centre widened their conservation ethics to include other rare endangered species of animal such as: wild dog, brown hyena, serval, suni antelope, the very rare Egyptian Vulture and many more. The Centre is privately owned by Ann Van Dyk , a dedicated conservationist.

Their mission is to conserve, breed and wherever possible, reintroduce indigenous and endangered species back into their natural habitat.

To educate the younger generation to recognize the flora and fauna of their country and to value their natural heritage. You will be taken on a tour of the Cheetah Breeding Farm. (Regret no children under 6 years)

Min 2 persons.

5-6 Hours