Categories:Tourist Attractions and Tours / Sightseeing
Special Categories:Animal Sanctuaries, Bird Sanctuaries, and Family Entertainment
Upon arrival you will be greeted by your guide who will inform you of when your tour will start. During your wait (which will not be more than half an hour ) you can view our snake park, lorikeet aviary, wallaby walkabout, kids zone, visit our curio shops or have a bite to eat at one of our restaurants.
Your guided tour will take you through the Valley of Ancients with its variety of animals and reptiles, then off to Cheetahland where you will meet our big cats. A tour will last anything from 45 – 60 minutes. We recommend visitors set aside at least 2 hours to experience everything we have to offer.
After your tour you are welcome to walk around and perhaps re-visit some of the enclosures for extra pictures.
Human beings have always been inquisitive creatures by nature and at the Cango Wildlife Ranch we are sure to quench your thirst for knowledge. Find out how old crocodiles become and why crocs only eat in summer. Let our fully bilingual guides take you on an adventure where you can explore the facts and fiction surrounding these ancient relics of the past. Come and have a close up view of exquisite tigers, beautiful leopards, magnificent lions and the elegant cheetah while your guide introduces these glorious creatures to you.
We are open every day of the week including Christmas and New Year’s Day from 08:30 am with the last tour departs at approximately 16:30. In season (December – January, July – June, September – October) the last tour departs at 17:00.
We do not have set times for tours, however, visitors will not wait longer than 30 minutes for their tour to start.
Duration of tour: 60 min.
Booking is essential for groups larger than 10 people.
From Oudtshoorn, Head northeast on Bloem St toward Greeff St
Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto Langenhoven Rd/N12/R62
Continue straight onto Baron Van Reede St/R328
Turn left into Cango Wildlife Ranch
The Cango Wildlife Ranch is situated 3 km outside of Oudtshoorn on the R62 en route to the Cango Caves.