Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre, Brits

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Established in 1971 at a chicken farm, Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre shelters about 600 cheetahs of all ages. Other residents of this non-profit rehabilitation and breeding center include wild dogs, brown hyenas, and vultures. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre by using our Brits trip maker site.
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  • We had a very informative and fascinating tour. Kenny, our guide, was extremely knowledgeable. A visit is highly recommended.  more »
  • Great to see years of dedication being multiplied in a project that is transforming the African cause of conservation  more »
  • We took the cheetah run tour. Seeing the animals in full flow was amazing. The guides are very knowledgeable. Being able to go in a safari truck tour through painted dog pens and seeing cheetahs...  more »
  • A massive wow!!!!
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  • Fantastic place with amazing guides. Meet the cheetah ambassador and others. Take the guided tour of the various animals and the wild dogs. This place does incredible work in education and rescue. Not cheap but well worth it, especially knowing you are supporting a genuine organisation.
  • The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Center provides an opportunity to view and learn more about cheetahs, wild (painted) dogs, vultures and other species under threat at their rescue, rehabilitation, and breeding center. Located a short drive north from Pretoria, a typical visit may include watching keepers exercise the cheetahs on a morning run, feeding rounds, and a tour of all animals currently in their care. Very reasonably priced, visitors will find immaculate grounds, a staff eager to educate, and well kept restroom facilities. Donations are encouraged and, unlike many other facilities claiming to be conservators, this is the real deal - this facility exists to serve the current and future well being of cheetahs and wild dogs. A "must see" if visiting the Pretoria area.
  • I did enjoy it there and will go again.

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