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Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre

Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre

Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre is home to many of South Africa’s abandoned, injured, and poisoned wildlife.

What time do the tours at Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (MWRC)  start?

Daily tours from Monday to Saturday from 09h30 to 15h00.

Public holidays 09h30 and 15h00

Sunday during school holidays and Long Weekends 15h00

What does the MWRC tour cost?

Adults                                      R180.00 per person

Pensioners 60+                       R145.00 per person

Children (7-12 years)              R90.00 per child

Children 6 and younger          Free

Where is the MWRC?

27km from Hoedspruit on the R531 near Kampersrus

Must I make a booking?

Bookings are not necessary, however, it is advised to make a booking, especially during school holidays and long weekends. Groups of 8 or more people must book in advance.

Where can I make my booking?

Bookings and inquiries can be made with Hoedspruit Online or WhatsApp me on 082 322 8776

Are there any other facilities?

There is a Museum, Curio Shop, and a Tuck Shop on site

Situated in the shadow of the majestic “Mariepskop” which forms part of the mighty Drakensberg mountains, is the unique Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, home to many of South Africa’s abandoned, injured, and poisoned wildlife.

Moholoholo is extremely proud of its efforts in wildlife education in South Africa. At Moholoholo we are often faced with the difficult decision of what to do with an injured or poisoned animal that will not be able to be released back into the wild.

As a result, there are several “permanent residents” at Moholoholo and at their own cost, they use them as “ambassadors” for their respective species. Members of the public are therefore able to get an up close and personal experience of these incredible creatures. With their hands-on approach, they can demonstrate to the public the threats and problems our wildlife is facing today. Moholoholo has a long-standing and successful Serval Breeding Project. More than 160 have successfully been reintroduced to areas where they have become extinct. They are actively involved in research on the movement and behavior of leopards. Research is also done on several vulture species that they monitor daily at their “vulture restaurant”.

A visit to the Moholoholo is “an experience of a lifetime”

and will leave you with lasting memories.

For more information on Moholoholo click here

For accommodation options in the Hoedspruit area click here


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