The Predator Park officially opened in 2014 with only three lions but expanded almost instantly and today it has become home to over ten different predator species.
Inspiring people to value our natural world and get involved with conservation actions.
Educating individuals on conservation and how we can save our wildlife by raising awareness.
Become a sanctuary for animals in need of rescue and allow their stories to inspire and educate future generations to actively conserve our planet’s wildlife.
OUR ANIMALS’ STORIES
Most of our animals in the predator park have a story to tell of who they are, where they came from, and what they went through.
Animals have their own way of communicating, unlike humans who mostly communicate their emotions and experiences verbally. Animals perceive the world in a different way than humans and we are only beginning to discover all the magnificent ways in the manner that they communicate. We will never fully understand what the animals went through, but we can tell their stories from what we have seen and learned from them. We want to give our animals a voice and speak up about humans who have placed them in terrible situations or kept them in poor living conditions. Just because they communicate differently, does not mean they do not feel pain, suffering, and loss.
PREDATOR PARK TOURS
The Predator Park invites members of the public to join a predator tour to witness these amazing animals up close, learn more about them and our conservation efforts, and be inspired in joining the fight to protect our wildlife.
For public and private bookings please contact Mabalingwe Game Reserve’s reception