At Tenikwa, our animals speak for those who have no say. Learn about their struggle for survival in the wild during our guided tours. Your support funds our Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release Program (NPO 9300 29955). Give us an hour of your time and we will change your life.
Graham and Pam Conley enjoying the company of 'Thandi' during the grooming session which is part of their program called the 'Crazy Cat Day'..... This is a program which is offered at Tenikwa, where you have the privilege of interacting with our cats and also working behind the scenes with our animal keepers... For more info, please email us or visit our website... — at Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre.
"Charlie" finally being released into our "Meerkat Meander" after a few weeks of being introduced to the mob. "Charlie" was a meerkat that was rescued near Addo on the 18 May 2013. To view all our current patients , please visit www.tenikwa.org
Tenikwa hosts a conservation program which is aimed at grassroots level; to work with the children of our communities to question accepted practices and customs, to raise awareness about habitat loss, the impact of environmentally insensitive farming practices and what each one of us can do to preserve our wildlife.
On the 2st1 December 2012, Tenikwa attended a day camp that was hosted by the Natures Valley Trust for all the Children that were there on holiday.... The Day camp was made up of games and environmental talks hosted by several organisations... Tenikwa was privileged in doing a talk on Penguins and why rehabilitation is so important...
Join us on a guided tour of Tenikwa Wildlife Centre to see the indigenous wild cats of South Africa. African Wild Cats, Serval, Caracal, Cheetahs, Leopard, marabous, Chacma baboons and other wildlife. This is an unique opportunity to get close to some amazing creatures, and learn about their struggle to survive in the wild.