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All reviews honey badger moholoholo wildlife educational purposes wild dogs baby rhino injured animals educational experience sense of humour two hours enjoyed our visit informative tour great visit big cats their natural habitat interesting visit fantastic experience south africa
We visited the centre in July 2018 while doing a 2 week-tour of South Africa and we loved this place. It is very sad to read and see at the museum how the animals have suffered for many years from the human actions, but it...More
A most informative couple of hours. Learning about how man's greed can be so cruel to the indigenous. To see the wonderful caring work this centre is doing is a must for all who visit the area. A real education
We keep on going back even though our children are grown up now. Always a highligt to come across Brian expecially if he interact with the tour group with all of his knowledge. I prefer animals free in the wild, but a visit to this...More
I took the opportunity to travel as a tourist and go here... i loved the interaction with the animals, enjoyed the way the animals was looked after.
Staff friendly and all in all rather a great experience .
We take a lot for grated when...More
We saw a lot of animals andbirds, sorry I don't remember his name. He showed us around he was very informative and very funny a great advocate for all the animals they care for, a must if your in the area.
We visited during September and found this centre very informative. The animals all seemed to be well cared for and in good sized enclosures. This is not a zoo but a education centre where you can learn about the problems facing South Africas game and...More
After listening to Oscar's introduction to Moholoholo, wildlife rehabilitation, the human v. wildlife challenge and how we are all responsible in some way for what is happening to the planet's wildlife, we have a much clearer understanding of the importance of rehabilitation centres, animal ambassadors,...More
We really enjoyed visitng Moholoholo. The guide was very friendly and enthusiastic about the work they do at the centre and it was great to look around and see some of the animals they have helped. I was impressed with how they are trying to...More
Response from cristina_renonesc | Reviewed this property |
Around 8.500 rand a week. But this is like volunteering for a zoo... enclosure sad animals and you will just clean pots and poo.. I was going to volunteer and as soon I saw this I left this horrible place.