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Sunrise - Cats In Conservation

Plettenberg Bay

Activity Description

Cats in Conservation – An inspirational, exclusive program geared towards the animal lover who enjoys adventure in conservation. This program gives you an insight into the daily activities at Tenikwa and is designed to keep you enthralled throughout the day.

With a window into our wildlife rehabilitation facilities and interesting “behind the scenes” activities, enjoy the day with the resident animals who call Tenikwa their home.

A special part of the day for guests and cheetahs alike, is the time spent in the Cape Floral Fynbos where our cheetahs get the opportunity to explore their extended territory. Only a few guests each day are privileged to observe the cheetahs during this special time, making it a really unique experience. Enjoy a picnic of local fare in our pristine Tsitsikamma Indigenous Forest. Surrounded by forest sounds, one can easily get mesmerized by the beauty of nature.

The day is fun, it’s adventurous. Expect the Unexpected.

Arrangements

DurationOpen Ended
WhenIf you book for the 07h30 time slot, you will probably be finished around 15h30. If you book for the 10h00 time slot, you will probably be finished around 17:30 Seven days a week , 365 days a year including Christmas, New Year and all public holidays.
WhereTenikwa Wildlife Rehabilitation and Awareness Centre Reception.
WeatherAll weather program , but may be cancelled due to heavy rain downpour if unsafe situation occurs. Some part of the program is weather depended but alternative opportunities are available.
What to WearPlease dress comfortably with protection from the sun as you will be outdoors for the bulk of the day. All guests are required to wear long trousers which cover their ankles for this program. Long dresses or stockings are not an acceptable substitute for long trousers. Guests will be required to change into suitable attire before proceeding with the walk. Closed, sturdy walking shoes (takkies, sneakers, hiking boots are all suitable) are required to be worn on the walks and comfortable shoes are essential for the balance of the day. Only subscription sunglasses are allowed on the tour..
Things to BringPlease consider bringing a hat or cap along for sun protection because the sun can be quite hot during summer. A light windbreaker is also good to include as it can get quite chilly once the sun goes down.
Guests or SpectatorsGuests can wait and relax in the comfortable cafeteria.

Requirements

Minimum Age12 years
Minimum Height1.2 m
Maximum Height0.0 m
Fitness LevelAverage
QualificationsNot Applicable
Maximum Weight0.0 kg
CertificationNone Required
Experience LevelNo Experience Requirement

Inclusions and Exclusions

InclusionsPrivate Conservation Tour, Enrichment Planning and Exercises for our Wildcats, a Rehabilitation Facilities Overview, and an Indigenous Forest Walk with breakfast, brunch or lunch and much, much more!
ExclusionsItems of a personal nature

Notes

Parts of this program are in a group , other parts are exclusive to the booked party, animal contact is not allowed on the program. Guests are allowed to take their own pictures, but no flash is allowed.

Customer Reviews

I enjoyed and I learned a lot. All people there treated me very well especially my guide Sizwe. Thank you - Ana Sacramento


We had a great time at the Cats In Conservation even though the weather did not cooperate. All the staff were very knowledgeable and put forth the effort to make sure all of our questions were answered. All aspects of the program were very informative and well planned from the Vet visit, feedings, Cheetah walk, and sensory training. Lunch was good as well. The facility is well designed and the enclosures allow for great viewing. - Michael Spahr




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