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Wildlife sanctuaries in Cape Town

Find your most desired and suitable tour when going on holiday. If you into conservation, then look no further, below is a list suitable for you:

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SANCCOB –  Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds

Where – Bloubergrant, Blouberstrand, Blaawberg, Cape Town

This is a nonprofit sea bird rehabilitation centre that is based, in Cape Town. Their aim is to conserve and protect South africa’s sea birds….

Boulders Beach

Where? Boulders beach, Simonstown, Cape Town

Relax and enjoy seeing the well-known penguin colony. Enjoy taking a dip in one of South Africa’s warmer waters of the Indian ocean. You can even find yourself swimming with the penguins yet keep in mind that the area is their sanctuary.

Brenton Blue Butterfly Reserve

Where – Brenton On Sea, Garden Route

Situated in the Asteraceous coastal fynbos and its larvae will depend on the entire lower side of the leaves of Indigofera erecta for their food sources.

Cheetah Conservation in the Western Cape – WCCC

Visit WCCC and experience the excitement of personal cheetah encounters with the reserves cheetah ambassadors. Don’t forget to pack your camera…

Dick Dent Bird Sanctuary

Where: Broadway, Boulevard, Somerset West, Western Cape.

This sanctuary is home to the largest bird species within the country. The Western Cape Province is the perfect spot for the dick dent sanctuary and the sanctuary is located within the Western Cape.

Drakenstein Lion Park

Where: Drakenstein Lion Park, Old Paarl Road, Cape Winelands

The Drakenstein lion park is a sanctuary for captive born lions. The sanctuary was established in 1998 to provide a home to distress lions, a place where they can live freely in safety.

Drape A snake around your neck

Where/ Cango Ranch, R62 en Route Cango Caves.

Enjoy walking through the snake park at the cango wildlife ranch and learn more about the importance of snakes within the ecosystem.

Eagle encounters – Spier

Where: Spier Estate, Stellenbosch, Cape Winelands

The estate was established in December 2001by Hank and Tracy Chalmers. It’s a bird of prey rehabilitation, education, conservation and deco tourism center. This is a self-funded, non profit establishment and rely on the income generated by the sanctuary.

With these amazing wildlife sanctuaries, you will be booked for the whole week. Go on and choose your wildlife getaway.

 

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