My recommendation is that Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre is an attraction for half a day. 7.30 to 12:00pm; unless you want to do more with the Cheetahs which I am sure they can accommodate a more in depth interaction with the animals in the centre. It truly, it is up to how much time you want to spend with the animals. For me a 3 hour tour was enough, beside going on tour and interacting with the cheetahs there is not more to do.
Good day, I agree with the previous answers. We spent three hours and got good and sufficient information and entertainment. In a radius of 8km there is also the monkey sanctuary, elephant sanctuary, walking trails, lovely restaurants, hot air ballooning etc. Google "Cradle of Humankind", "Hartebeespoort" and "Magaliesburg"
Hi it's only half day and the wild dogs. But lots to do around the area
Cradle of Humankind is definitely worth visiting as are the nearby Sterkfontein caves. The area is brimming with things to do.
A half-day + is sufficient. Be sure to go on a Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday or Sunday morning for the Cheetah Run, which starts at 8:00AM - Booking is essential - then go on the tour of the grounds. If you have the time, go to Pilanesberg Game Reserve a short drive away for more terrific animal viewing.
No, but there is many things to do in and around Pretoria
I also recommend spending a half day @ Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre. If you arrive early you'll be able to ride in an open air vehicle that goes around the entire centre. On mine they stopped to feed various animals including wild dogs and many cheetah. I also had the opportunity to see the rare "Kings Cheetah" and "African Wild Cats". My friend and I were the only visitor's. We were able to listen to a lecture on cheetah's and afterwards we were escorted to a somewhat private area and were able to pet a cheetah. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit and recommend going.
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