Living With Cheetahs
Living With Cheetahs
Living with Cheetahs
The Living with Cheetahs Project is the Only Facility in the World Breeding with Cheetah for the Sole Purpose of Reintroduction into Suitable Protected Reserves.
With less than 7500 cheetahs left worldwide (less than 600 wild cheetahs left in RSA) the urgency to repopulate the dwindling numbers has become apparent. This is the driving force behind this project. Breeding cheetah for the sole purpose of reintroduction we strive to return the population of Africa’s most endangered large mammal, the cheetah back to a self-sustaining number of individuals. By using our rewilding training regime and post release monitoring efforts we ensure the ultimate survival rate for these cats. Research and education play a huge role in future reintroduction objectives and these points are focused on at the centre.
This project gives volunteers the opportunity to work with these magnificent animals while contributing to real conservation efforts to save the cheetah from going extinct in the wild. Your involvement and help will assist us to ensure the survival of the species for generations to come.
Accommodation And Menu
Sleep in the peaceful African bush.
Volunteers will stay at one of our chalets with several rooms that accommodate 2-4 volunteers each with communal bathrooms. Each chalet is equipped with a full kitchen, pool, patio and braai area for socializing.
Included in this program are 3 meals daily; breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you have any dietary requirements please make us aware prior to your arrival. Please note that if you wish to purchase any additional snacks there is a curio shop on site or they can be picked up in town.
We take care of everything
- 3 Meals Daily
- VSA Crew T-shirt
- Welcome Pack
- Generous Program Donation
- 24 Hour Emergency Contact
- Wifi at a cost $15 per week
- Fun and exciting lifetime experience
Explore the area.
Adventures with Elephants
Bambelela Wildlife Care
Zebula Golf Estate & Spa
Waterberg Zipline Adventures
Please note these excursions are at an additional cost.