Cheetah Outreach is Open With the easing of restrictions we are offering some fun and informative activities for you, your family and friends. Come and enjoy seeing our beautiful animals. Have your picture taken with a cheetah (socially distanced of course). It’s a great way to spend some time outdoors. Maybe even do a hike around the vlei. You do not need to make a booking to visit the facility.  We charge an entry fee of R20 for adults and R10 for children under 12. We have no credit card facilities but an ATM is available for use at the entrance to the facility.  We are open from 1000 to 1700 We look forward to seeing you if you can’t visit please consider supporting our Animal Care Fund.  The fund helps us provide for the care of our animals during the pandemic.   We are offering the following types of activities The Experience  You will have the opportunity to be in close proximity to one of our cheetahs and you may have photos taken of you with the cat. Social distancing will be required during the encounter and no touching of the cat will be permitted. The Experience is available from 1000 to 1300 and 1400 to 1600 You can buy tickets at the gate or you can book the experience by sending an email to bookings@cheetah.co.za or call the facility manager at 082 872 4007 R 160 per adult / R 100 per child (under 14) Enrichment Tour Our enrichment programme provides physically and mentally stimulating activities that fall into many categories, including environmental, food, sensory, cognitive, toys, social interaction and behavioural conditioning. This tour begins with an introduction to our cheetah conservation programme. After this your guide will take you to watch various enrichment activities This is an excellent way to view our animals. These activities will vary depending on the animal, day of week, time of day and weather.  This tour only takes place at certain times and we cannot guarantee the animals will respond as planned.   Enrichment Tours generally last about 1 hour. This tour only occurs at 10:30 or 1430 each day depending on the day of the week. Pre-booking is required.  .   Cost: R150 per person. You can book the enrichment tour by sending an email to bookings@cheetah.co.za or call the facility manager at 082 872 4007 Feeding Tour The feeding tour offers the opportunity to watch our animals being fed their afternoon meal.  A guide provides information about each animal.  Often the meal is used as an enrichment activity that encourages natural behavior such as jumping and climbing.   Feeding Tours generally last about 1 hour. This tour only occurs at 15:30 each day and pre-booking is required .   Cost: R 50 per person. You can book the feeding tour by sending an email to bookings@cheetah.co.za or call the facility manager at 082 872 4007 General Tour This tour is free with entry.  This tour begins with an introduction to our cheetah conservation programme. After this your guide will take you to view our animals which include cheetahs, caracal, servals, jackals, meerkats, bat-eared foxes, and Anatolian shepherd dogs.  Your guide will talk about each, its characteristics, behavior, place in the ecosystem and conservation.  There will be ample time for questions and discussion. General Tours take place at 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 14:30 and 15:30. Tours generally last about 1 hour. COVID-19 Protocol In accordance with government regulations, and in an effort to protect our guests and animal care personnel from the COVID-19 virus, we are attempting to minimize social contact during all activities. Guests should expect mandatory screening upon entry, including body temperature, and will be required to arrive with their own face mask worn to cover the mouth and nose. Upon arrival to Cheetah Outreach you will be required to sign a liability waiver. Entry Please adhere to social distancing (at 2.0m) and wear your mask correctly at all times. Should you not comply with the stipulated requirements, Cheetah Outreach reserves the right to ask you to leave the facility. You will be asked the following questions before confirming your booking: 1. Have you returned from traveling outside SA in the last 14 days? 2. Have you been in contact with someone traveling outside SA in the last 14 days? 3. Have you been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 14 days? 4. Are you experiencing any flu like symptoms? (dry cough, fever, difficulty breathing or sore throat, runny nose)?
Visitor Information 
Visitor Information 
Cheetah Outreach is Open With the easing of restrictions we are offering some fun and informative activities for you, your family and friends. Come and enjoy seeing our beautiful animals. Have your picture taken with a cheetah (socially distanced of course). It’s a great way to spend some time outdoors. Maybe even do a hike around the vlei. You do not need to make a booking to visit the facility.  We charge an entry fee of R20 for adults and R10 for children under 12. We have no credit card facilities but an ATM is available for use at the entrance to the facility.  We are open from 1000 to 1700. We look forward to seeing you if you can’t visit please consider supporting our Animal Care Fund.  The fund helps us provide for the care of our animals during the pandemic. We are offering the following types of activities The Experience  You will have the opportunity to be in close proximity to one of our cheetahs and you may have photos taken of you with the cat. Social distancing will be required during the encounter and no touching of the cat will be permitted. The Experience is available from 1000 to 1300 and 1400 to 1600 You can buy tickets at the gate or you can book the experience by sending an email to bookings@cheetah.co.za or call the facility manager at 082 872 4007 R 160 per adult / R 100 per child (under 14) Enrichment Tour Our enrichment programme provides physically and mentally stimulating activities that fall into many categories, including environmental, food, sensory, cognitive, toys, social interaction and behavioural conditioning. This tour begins with an introduction to our cheetah conservation programme. After this your guide will take you to watch various enrichment activities This is an excellent way to view our animals. These activities will vary depending on the animal, day of week, time of day and weather.  This tour only takes place at certain times and we cannot guarantee the animals will respond as planned.   Enrichment Tours generally last about 1 hour. This tour only occurs at 10:30 or 1430 each day depending on the day of the week. Pre-booking is required.  .   Cost: R150 per person. You can book the enrichment tour by sending an email to bookings@cheetah.co.za or call the facility manager at 082 872 4007 Feeding Tour The feeding tour offers the opportunity to watch our animals being fed their afternoon meal.  A guide provides information about each animal.  Often the meal is used as an enrichment activity that encourages natural behavior such as jumping and climbing.   Feeding Tours generally last about 1 hour. This tour only occurs at 15:30 each day and  pre-booking is required .   Cost: R 50 per person. You can book the feeding tour by sending an email to bookings@cheetah.co.za or call the facility manager at 082 872 4007 General Tour This tour is free with entry.  It begins with an introduction to our cheetah conservation programme. After this your guide will take you to view our animals which include cheetahs, caracal, servals, jackals, meerkats, bat-eared foxes, and Anatolian shepherd dogs.  Your guide will talk about each, its characteristics, behavior, place in the ecosystem and conservation.  There will be ample time for questions and discussion. General Tours take place at 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 14:30 and 15:30. Tours generally last about 1 hour. COVID-19 Protocol In accordance with government regulations, and in an effort to protect our guests and animal care personnel from the COVID-19 virus, we are attempting to minimize social contact during all activities. Guests should expect mandatory screening upon entry, including body temperature, and will be required to arrive with their own face mask worn to cover the mouth and nose. Upon arrival to Cheetah Outreach you will be required to sign a liability waiver Entry Please adhere to social distancing (at 2.0m) and wear your mask correctly at all times. Should you not comply with the stipulated requirements, Cheetah Outreach reserves the right to ask you to leave the facility. You will be asked the following questions before confirming your booking: 1. Have you returned from traveling outside SA in the last 14 days? 2. Have you been in contact with someone traveling outside SA in the last 14 days? 3. Have you been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 14 days? 4. Are you experiencing any flu like symptoms? (dry cough, fever, difficulty breathing or sore throat, runny nose)?
Promoting the survival of the free ranging, South African cheetah through environmental education and conservation initiatives.
Cheetah Outreach