Ashia Adheres To Fair Trade Tourism Safety Protocols & A No-Touch Policy With The Cats On All Activities.
No children under 16 years are allowed on tour.
25th & 26th December
Credit Cards accepted on-site (VISA & MASTERCARD) or EFT for prior payments.
09:00 or 15:00
A 1-hour Sanctuary Tour to give you a first-hand peek into the program and our cheetah conservation efforts. Your tour guide will provide you with multiple interesting facts about the resident animals and the latest updates from our Wilding and Release Program.
PLEASE NOTE: For the safety of our animals and for you, this activity is dependent on seasonal weather and light conditions. Bookings are essential.
Volunteer for a Day
07:00/08:00 to 17:00
Learn from our Animal Carers what it takes to look after our animals on a daily basis. Help prepare meals, assist them on feeding rounds, enrichment activities, daily cleaning activities and join staff and volunteers for a home-cooked lunch overlooking the Drakenstein mountains.
PLEASE NOTE: Bookings are essential. Days may vary depending on animal husbandry schedule.
Join the staff of Ashia for the cheetah’s exercise schedule. You will be taken to the running field where you can watch and photograph the world’s fastest land mammals.
*This activity is completely based on the cheetah’s schedule and willingness to run.
PLEASE NOTE: For the safety of our animals and you, this activity is dependent on seasonal weather and light conditions. Bookings are essential.
The set-up of Ashia’s Education Centre allows for corporate meetings, informative lectures or hosting conservation players, researchers and veterinarians that are willing to share the latest news in cheetah conservation and health.
We offer many cheetah experiences, shaped by our animals’ different personalities and preferences. For all experiences, guests will be accompanied and will need to follow the safety protocols we have in place.
Unfortunately, wild cats don’t respond well to children. For this reason, we do not allow children under the age of 16 years on tour. This is for their own safety as well as the welfare of our animals.