Game Drives

Go on a Safari through our Wildlife Park accompanied by a qualified ranger, and you will be guaranteed to see a variety of high-veld, middle-veld & low-veld animals.


Minimum persons - 2

Every 1st and last Sunday of the month

 Buffet and Game Drive for only R280/Adult or R180/Child

 Bookings Essential


09h00 Nature Walk - R180 per adult (12yrs +) & R95 per child (5- 11yrs)

1 Hour Family Nature walk through our reserve including a complimentary bottle of water and a Sunrise Breakfast with Coffee on our Restaurant Deck


10h30 Mid - Morning Game Drive- R180.00per adult (12yrs +) &R95 per child (5-11yrs)

90 Minute Game drive with a complimentary bottle water to experience the bush with a visit to the wildlife Bio Park to see all the Big Cats


14h00 Big Cat Feeding Drive -R220.00per adult (12yrs +) & R110 per child (5-11yrs)

2 Hours Game Drive with complimentary bottle water to Experience the bush with a visit to the wildlife Biopark to see all the Predators being fed


17h00 Afternoon Sunset Game Drive   R250.00per adult (12yrs +) &R110 per child (5-11yrs)

90 Minute Game drive to experience the bush as the sunsets over the mountains with a visit to the wildlife Biopark to see all the Big Cats as they settle in for the night


This includes snacks with an alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink

 -        Children under the age of 4 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian and must sit on a lap,  child rates apply if they take up a seat.

-          Please be here 30 minutes before departure as we depart strictly at designated times

-          No Alcohol on game drives, only water or soft drinks

-          No refunds for late arrivals

-          Please do not litter



 Meet some of our animals:

Baguera and Lacey

Baguera and Lacey are our breeding pair of Siberian Tigers and are the mother and father to our baby cubs Ciarra and Caya. Baguera, 7 years old, is one of the largest tigers in South Africa weighing a massive 340 kilograms. Lacey, 13 years old, is exceptionally small for a Siberian Tiger. Despite their difference in size and age they seem to love each other very much and you'll often see them lying together or play fighting. Siberian Tigers are the largest cats in the world and there are thought to be less than 500 left in the wild due to pressures from poaching, retaliatory killings and habitat loss. 
Baguera and Lacey

Amarock and Aurora

Two of our Siberian Tigers Amerock and Aurora are brother and sister and were born in 2012. They were our first Siberian cubs hand raised at Cradle and Amerock takes after his father, Baguera, a gentle giant! They love climbing their trees and are very playful in water.
Amarock and Aurora


Bismarck is known as our “Goof ball”, because he is a particularly special Siberian tiger! Only 1.5 years old he was born here at Cradle and hand raised by staff. Unfortunately he was born 5 weeks prematurely and as a result has some severe disabilities. His lower jaw is smaller than his upper one, causing him eating problems, he has a curved back and issues with his eye sight. He is, however,  the most lovable, friendly and playful tiger we have at Cradle, come visit and you'll no doubt see him jumping and goofing around in his water pools.

Baguera and Lacey