The Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre | Fun-Tastic Prize
WIN a Cheetah run & 2 hour guided tour of the centre for 4 guests valued at R2040.00
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THE ANN VAN DYK CHEETAH CENTRE
The Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre situated in Brits, North West, South Africa was established in 1971 as a cheetah conservation project preserving and protecting cheetahs.
The centre has continued to perform an important role in the preservation and protection of cheetahs and has bred over eight hundred cheetah cubs.
Invite us to visit your school and an Education Officer from the Centre will come and give learners a formal lesson supported by a Power-point presentation.
Our conservation aims are:
* To continue to play a role in conservation and the preservation of the cheetah and wild dog.
* To support scientific investigations & research into all aspects of these endangered species.
* To promote conservation through Education and to raise public awareness (particularly amongst the younger generation), of the pressing need for wildlife preservation.
* To maintain a genetic pool by means of a scientifically based breeding programme.
* To work on the long term survival and solutions for cheetah and wild dog.
* To afford visitors to the Centre the opportunity to view these endangered species.
Today the Centre can be proud of the work being done to ensure the survival of acinonyx jubatus - the cheetah, successfully breeding these magnificent animals, including the famous King Cheetah in captivity. The Centre does not receive any government funding, and income generated from tours and the adoption programme is used to subsidise our conservation projects.
At the Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre we strive to always put our animals' interests first and we will not compromise their health or safety in any way. We therefore no longer offer ambassador interactions / touching to the public.
* Cheetah Run & 2 Hour Guided Tour
* Walking Tour
What Is CHEETAH
Community Help Enviro-Education Through Animals
CHEETA is the education division of The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre. We believe that education is a vital part of the conservation process. Schools can visit The Ann van Dyk Cheetah centre for informative tours and fun activities
In 2003 the Centre launched its Outreach Education Programme, using the cheetah as a symbol of survival and sustainability to teach young people how to overcome challenges and to be catalysts in their communities for the preservation of natural resources and the improvement of their own lives. This project has touched the lives of over 100 000 learners since its start.
In 2010 CHEETA was registered as a Section 18A Non Profit Organisation and works extensively in underprivileged communities.
Visits To The Centre
You can choose from the following options and make your experience at the centre customized according to your focus area:
* Walking tour – 1 ½ hours where learners will see and learn about cheetahs, wild dogs, caracal, African wild cat and various vulture species
* Day package which includes a walking tour, lunch (hot dogs & oros) as well as fun activities up at “Reach for the Wild”
Learners can visit our curio shop after the tour.
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