Knysna Elephant Park

The Knysna Elephant Park (est 1994) was the first facility in South Africa to house and care for orphaned African elephants. Over the last twenty years, the park has cared and raised more than forty elephants.

Tsitsikamma Wolf Sanctuary

Bring the family when you come to visit the beautiful Tsitsikamma forest. A day for fun activities and enjoyment in the outdoors, exciting moment with the wolves.

Birds Of Eden

Birds of Eden’s unique two hectare done (the world’s largest) spans over a gorge of indigenous forest. The sanctuary has its own mysterious ruin, which incorporates a walk behind a waterfall. Another feature is its amphitheatre, which has the ability to seat over 200 visitors.


Monkeyland has as one of its goals, to create awareness with regard to the plight of primates and to show that with a greater understanding of our primate cousins, that we can all live in harmony.

Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary

Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary is home to big cats such as lions, (white and tawny), cheetahs, tigers (Siberian, Bengal and white), leopard (spotted and black), jaguar, pumas, caracal, serval cats and other wildlife species such as zebra, wild dog, springbuck, honey badger, raccoons and various snake species.

Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary – South Africa – has thee African Elephant Sanctuaries across three provinces in Southern Africa. The Elephant Sanctuary, started in 1999, growing from five elephants to a total of twelve African Elephants.

Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve

Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve is the largest game reserve in the Southern Cape, with more than 2200 ha spread out across the hills above the scenic Garden Route coastline. With its breath taking views across Plett, abundance of wildlife, superb facilities for day and overnight visitors and warm African hospitality. It offers an exciting child friendly safari experience in a non-malaria area with an excellent chance of spotting three of Africa’s Big Five – Buffalo, Lion and Rhino.