Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Situated in the shadow of the majestic Mariepsko’ which forms part of the mighty Drakensberg mountains, this unique Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is home to many of South Africa’s abandoned, injured and poisoned wildlife. Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is extremely proud of its efforts in wildlife education in South Africa. At Moholoholo, staff 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, there are a number of permanent residents at the centre who are ambassadors for their respective species. Members of the public are therefore able to get an up close and persoanl experience of these incredible creatures and with the hands on approach of Moholoholo the public is witness to the threats and problems wildlife faces today. The Centre has a long standing and successful Serval Breeding Project and more than 160 Serval have successfully been reintroduced to areas where they have become extinct. The Centre is actively involved in research on the movement and behaviour of leopards, as well as on a number of vulture species that are monitored daily at the vulture restaurant. A visit to the Centre is an experience of a lifetime which will leave you with lasting memories.
Each tour takes two to two and a half hours.


Monday - Saturday
1st Tour starts at 09h30
2nd Tour starts at 15h00

Open on Sunday during the Limpopo Province School Holidays and Sunday on long weekends. 1 tour only at 15h00.
Please Note: If your group is more than 8 persons please book in advance.
6 years & under
No charge
7-12 years
R 75.00 per child
13+ years-Adult
R 155.00 per child
SA Pensioners
R 125.00 per child
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