R75 Road, Kirkwood, South Africa +27 42 2320 539 / +27 82 8710 012 daniell@srvalley.co.za

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About Daniell Cheetah Project

The aim of the project is to  play a part in conservation of the Cheetah (Acinonyx Jubatus), the  re-establishment of pure gene lines, as well as educating the public to the  importance of conserving of this amazing species. The Daniell Cheetah Project  was established in May 2001 and started with just three cats and has grown  since.

Education and Tours

Daniell Cheetah Project offers  unique educational tours through the project by trained tour guides. On the  tour you will be able to meet and learn more about Meerkats, Black Footed Cats,  African Wild Cats, Servals, Caracals, Cheetahs, Leopards and Lions.

Opening Hours

The tours  are open daily from 09:00-16:00. During this tour guest will also be given the  opportunity to enter a cheetah enclosure and if the moment allows it to pet a  cheetah as well. The Daniell Cheetah Project offers you two different tours; the  Predator Tour and also the Cheetah Walk. For more info please click here.

We are open 7 days a week,  except the 25th and 26th of December and the 1st of January.

Location

You can find us on the R75  national road 40km from Uitenhage, 70km from Port Elizabeth and 60km from the  Addo Elephant National Park.

Our GPS coordinates. GPS S33.29.38.7 E025.19.43.4 STEENBOKVLAKTE

And there’s more . . .

Daniell Cheetah Project Tripadvisor

 

 

 

 

Daniell Cheetah Project also  has other attractions. The  Padstal where you can browse for gifts and African Arts at very reasonable  prices and coffee shop.

Coffee, Tea and Light meals  can be ordered for take-away or sit-down meals.

Also next to the shop there is  some orphaned wild animal’s guest are welcome to view, like Kudu and  Springbuck.

If you have ever watched the  Duma Movie, you would have seen two of our cats! That stared in the movie. We  had an 8 month contract of witch 5 months was used to train the animals and 3  months to shoot the movie. Follow this link to visit the Duma website http://dumamovie.warnerbros.com

HS-SA

The Daniell Cheetah Project is monitored by Health & Safety SA

 

 

 

 

Come and Meet us!