Hours allocated include travelling time. The Centre is closed on Mondays

Ann Van Dyk is an hour’s drive from Johannesburg and 45 minutes from Pretoria You will be taken on tour by the experienced tour guide through camps of various species.

The tour proceeds to the Cheetah run area if you include the run. Cheetah run is available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Cheetah run is the photographers dream, and truly breath-taking to witness the speeds that these remarkable animals can reach.

A walk down the ambassador lane and short educational video about the centre and the founder Ann Van Dyk follows the Cheetah run. This will be the first on the itinerary if you do not include Cheetah run.

At the farm you will be able to see and learn about the many different animals available such as: Caracal, Serval, Vultures, and some of plain game that roam around- Impala and Nyala.

To top this all, you will have the opportunity to go through Cheetah, and Wild dog camps, on open vehicle drive.
The tour coincides with feeding time.

Pick up points:
We pick up from your hotel, guest house, lodge, and work place, around Johannesburg, Johannesburg Central, South, North and North West, in Sandton, Rosebank, Fourways , Melrose Arch, Illovo, Randburg, Roodepoort,  Edenvale, Bedfordview, Kempton Park, Boksburg, Alberton, Midrand, Centurion, Pretoria, Rosebank Gautrain Station, O R Tambo International airport including accommodations around the area.

Pick up times:

  • 3 hour Guided tour including Cheetah run: 6:00am. Available, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays
  • 3 hour guided tour without Cheetah run: 6:30am for the morning tour and 11:30am for the afternoon tour. Available Tuesdays to Sundays.

Minimum: 1 person

Package rate inclusions:

  • Pick up and drop off in a comfortable air conditioned vehicle
  • Passenger liability insurance
  • Complementary tea and coffee  on arrival
  • Cheetah run if included
  • Guided game drive


Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre

The centre was established by Ann Van Dyk in an effort to breed what was once a threatened species. The centre has gained International recognition for bringing the Cheetah back from the brink of extinction- through its breeding programmes.

Since its inception some 800 Cheetahs have been raised and resettled in Game reserves, throughout South Africa and other Countries.Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre is now the breeding centre for: Cheetahs, Wild dogs, Vultures, Hyenas etc.

Today the centre can be proud of work being done to ensure the survival of acinonyx Jabatus – the Cheetah, successfully breeding these magnificent animals, including famous King Cheetah in Captivity.




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