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The Lowdown..

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is extremely proud of its efforts in wildlife education in South Africa. At Moholoholo we are often faced with the difficult decision of what to do with an injured or poisoned animal which will not be able to be released back into the wild. As a result, we have a number of “permanent residents” at the centre and at our own cost we use them as “ambassadors” for their respective species.

Members of the public are therefore able to get an up close and personal experience of these incredible creatures and with our hands on approach we have the ability to demonstrate to the public the threats and problems our wildlife is facing today. The Centre has a long standing and successful Serval Breeding Project and more than 160 have successfully been reintroduced to areas where they have become extinct.

More Info 

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre offers two guided tours from Monday – Saturday.
Morning – Starts at 09H30
Afternoon – Starts at 15H00

Each tour starts off with a detailed introduction to the centre followed by an informative walk around the centre with your guide. Tours are approximately 2.5 hours.


Is the centre child friendly?
Yes, children of all ages are welcome. Parents are asked to keep their kids under supervision while at the centre. 
Is this an ethical animal centre?

Moholoholo has been around for quite a number of years and has a very good reputation. The animals housed at the centre are not kept for breeding and human interaction is kept as low as possible.

How much does it cost?

The prices below are from 01 February 2022:

6 yrs & under: No Charge
7 yrs – 12 yrs: R 90.00 per child
13 yrs – Adult: R 180.00 per person
SA Pensioners: R 145.00 per person


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