Cango Wildlife Ranch
The Cango Wildlife Ranch is perfect for a family outing. Guided tours are given daily around
the premises. Learn more about the facts and fiction surrounding crocodiles, view elegant
cheetahs and giggle at the antics of the Bengal tiger cubs.
For the adventurous they offer face to face encounters with wildlife in the
Natural Encounters programe where you can touch a cheetah, enjoy the closeness of a tiger cub,
wrap yourself in a python and even dive with Nile crocodiles.
The Cango Caves is only one of the natural wonders of the Klein Karoo & Oudtshoorn. An underground
jewel in the heart of the Swartberg Mountain Range. Visitors can choose between
the standard tour (60min) or the adventure tour (90min). Open every day except on Christmas day.
Ostrich Show Farms
Visit one of our three well known ostrich show farms in the area. They offer you a complete ostrich package for
• Stroking and riding an ostrich
• Eating ostrich eggs
• Eating ostrich meat
• Buying souvenirs from the curio shops
Swartberg Mountain Range
This part is acknowledged as a World Herritage Site by the Cape Nature
Conservation. The crest route will take you along the Swartberg Mountain
Range for some 50km. At last 4x4ers can go to Hell! Not fire and brimstone,
but Die Hel, also known as Gamkaskloof, deep in the Swartberg mountains.
Grant M. Mc Ilrath studying wild meerkats / suricates in the field,
will be your guide on a Sunrise Tour
in The Meerkat Magic Valley of The Meerkat Magic Project in Oudtshoorn, giving a Live Unedited
Wildlife Documentary presentation with The Ungulungu WILD UNFED FREE ETHICALLY HABITUATED meerkat/suricate
The Meerkat Magic Project is the only place in the world, where guests can get
very close to this sub-species of the three recognised WILD meerkat / suricate
sub-species without disturbing them
Your visit helps fund the only Wild meerkat / suricate conservation in the world!
C.P. Nel Museum
In 1972 the CP Nel collection was brought to its present home -
Oudtshoorn Boys' High School. As a result of this, the sandstone building,
with its beautiful clock tower, was saved from demolition. The building as a
whole dates back to the second "ostrich feather boom" (1900 - 1914) and was
declared a National Monument in 1981.
Monday to Saturday 9:00 - 17:00