we've learned a lot about the endangered animals here and also saw them all in their natural habitat.
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About Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre
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I left this place with tears in my eyes for all the wonderful work that is being done here. Run by folks who really care about helping animals. This really was one of the high spots on my trip. Well done to all who work...More
Amazing game drive, knowledgeable about the Cheetah, such a great day and wonderful experience! Will do it again if back in Africa.
We loved this place. We stayed at the cottage which was wonderfully positioned and we were very well catered for by the centre. We had an amazing game drive the night we arrived and the tour we did was really informative and we had experiences...More
I was a student as part of HESC's Wildlife Conservation Experience and I don't regret joining this experience! If you are truly interested in wildlife conservation, learning, and a lot of hard, challenging work, I would highly recommend this program. You'll gain a true understanding...More
HESC is not a game park and is not a zoo. It is focused on breeding cheetah and then releasing them into the wild but also has a number of rescue animals (wild dogs, rhino, lions, leopards, serval cats), some of which can never be...More
Poor cheetahs going from one side to the other of their cages. It is more a zoo than a rehab center. Most animals are caged , I could not stand this vision Seeing the list of release in nature on their website, the number is...More
Dear EmmaW134 Thank you for visiting us and for taking the time to write your review. In response to your observations about the cheetah behaviour the following: The pacing along the fence is normal behaviour when they are anticipating food during feeding times, or if...More