Eagle Encounters: Eagle Encounters is a bird of prey rehabilitation, education, conservation and eco-tourism centre. Experienced handlers await you in the Touching Gallery to facilitate your personal encounter. Hold Wally, the Wahlberg\\\\\\\'s Eagle & cuddle Fagen (Barn Owl) & Sykes (Spotted Eagle Owl). If you are daring enough, you can experience the great power of the Black Eagle. Eagle Encounters is not a zoo, and the birds do not live in cages. Take a stroll through the �weathering area\\\\\\\', where you can openly view the largest, smallest, strongest, fastest and cheekiest. In the afternoon, various displays are run for visitors.
The Giraffe House Wildlife Awareness Centre: The Giraffe House Wildlife Awareness Centre is a privately-owned centre providing easy access to some of the wonderful wildlife and bird species. Focusing mainly on African wildlife, Giraffe House aims to provide a place for people to enjoy a family picnic in the fresh air, whilst experiencing and learning about animals and conservation. Jungle gyms and a giraffe jumping castle are available.
Cheetah Outreach Facility: Cheetah Outreach was founded to highlight the cheetah\\\\\\\'s plight and deliver conservation interventions. The majority of the funds raised by Cheetah Outreach are channeled into the Anatolian Shepherd Guard Dog Program and education. Other funds support range research, population density research and capture and re-release programs. Visit the Cheetah Outreach facility and experience the excitement of a personal encounter with a hand raised ambassador cheetahs. (Don\\\\\\\'t forget to bring your camera!)
Drakenstein Lion Park: Drakenstein Lion Park was established in 1998 to provide lions in distress with sanctuary, where they could live in safety, free from abuse and persecution, and be treated with the compassion and respect they deserved. The Park is actively involved in improving the quality of life of lions in captivity, locally as well as internationally, either by offering these animals a lifetime home or working in conjunction with other animal welfare organizations to secure a safe future for individual animals in dire need. The Park is not involved in commercial breeding or trade and offers lifetime care to all of it\\\\\\\'s animals. All the animals brought to the Park are captive bred / hand reared and cannot be rehabilitated to the wild.