Coronavirus (COVID-19)
On 15th March 2020 South Africa was declared in a national state of disaster due to the pandemic-turned epidemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Cheetah Outreach will be following this closely and amending our precautions as needed to provide a safe environment for our guests, animals and staff.    Currently we remain open to the public with the request that any visitors showing symptoms understand should we choose not to endanger our animals and staff by allowing entry.  We have put in place multiple onsite protocols to decrease the potential for spread of the virus.    In brief we request that visitors to our facility: Refrain from touching surfaces unnecessarily Make use of our hand sanitizer stations as needed Wash hands with soap and water for 20 seconds as needed. Please do refer to any of our staff or volunteers for more information on our protocols during your visit
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
On 15th March 2020 South Africa was declared in a national state of disaster due to the pandemic- turned epidemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Cheetah Outreach will be following this closely and amending our precautions as needed to provide a safe environment for our guests, animals and staff.    Currently we remain open to the public with the request that any visitors showing symptoms understand should we choose not to endanger our animals and staff by allowing entry.  We have put in place multiple onsite protocols to decrease the potential for spread of the virus.    In brief we request that visitors to our facility: Refrain from touching surfaces unnecessarily Make use of our hand sanitizer stations as needed Wash hands with soap and water for 20 seconds as needed. Please do refer to any of our staff or volunteers for more information on our protocols during your visit
Promoting the survival of the free ranging, South African cheetah through environmental education and conservation initiatives.
Cheetah Outreach