Volunteer at an ethical big cat Sanctuary in South Africa. Contribute towards animal welfare whilst learning about the conditions big cats face in captivity and helping to raise awareness of wildlife conservation in South Africa.
The owners are the most caring and genuine people I have met in my whole life. They bring you into their paradise and allow you to feel like you are part of their family, and actively making a change and creating a beautiful and peaceful life for their cats. Celine Collier
A chance to view a range of big cats and other predators up close, whilst raising awareness about the conditions big cats face in captivity, and how animal welfare and enrichment play a vital role in giving them the best captive life possible. This is a true sanctuary where no cub petting, breeding or trading takes place.
The sanctuary is located near Stanford, situated in the heart of the Cape Whale and White Shark Coast about 140km from Cape Town.
The big cat sanctuary is situated close to many of South Africa’s top tourist attractions – Cape Town with its Table Mountain, Robben Island, Cape Point to mention a few. Hermanus with its whale watching cove and wine tasting. Gansbaai with its white shark diving, and some of the world’s most amazing beaches on your doorstep.