The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a non-profit organisation that provides a home for many of South Africa’s abandoned and injured wildlife. Situated in the shadow of the Mariepskop Mountain near Kampersrus/Hoedspruit, the rehabilitation centre is home to a variety of fascinating animals and over 300 species of birds.
The centre is well known for its successful breeding of the serval; having bred and released over 160 servals back into areas where they have previously become extinct. Moholoholo is also the only facility in South Africa to have successfully bred the endangered crown eagle.
The centre aims to rehabilitate and return as many birds and animals to the wild as soon as they are ready. Those who are not so fortunate are provided with a safe environment at the centre. Interaction between the animals and visitors to Moholoholo is permitted under controlled conditions.
Visitors can see a variety of animals at the centre, such as rescued lions from an Egyptian circus, Queen the crowned eagle, Chui the leopard, and the cheetahs, Jolly and Juba. There are also lions, honey badgers, vultures, and wild dogs.
Two tours are offered from Monday to Saturday at 09h30 and again at 15h00