We (husband, 3 daughters 15 - 23 years and me) went to Tenikwa in july this year. We have bookes our tickets in advance without problems.
Our guide told a lot about the cats and their natural behaviour. Now we know a lot more about lepards, servals, cheetahs and wild cats and about threats against their survival. We went into the cheetahs fence - small children close to parents and with guides in front and back.
Afterwards we went on the sunset cheetahs walk. Not allowed for children under 150 m. It gave us the chance to follow these very elegant predators on their walk in the surroundings. Moving and then suddenly relaxing on the ground. We just had to be aware and follow (or release the belt....).
The guides was very informative and very good at making the rules clear and keep animals - and guests - relaxed
Later in july we went to safari and the informations we get in Tenikwa was very useful. We didn't see cheetahs in the Nothern part of South Africa neither in Botswana - så we were happy about our experiences in Tenikwa.
We did a mistake and didn't gave any tips to our competente guides - we hadn't get used to that South African system yet.
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