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Noah's Wolf Sanctuary and Touch Farm



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Entertainment for the whole family. Enter the world of wolves like never before - walk with the wolves. See African Wild Dogs and Black-Backed Jackals. Feed the animals in the touch farm.Cuddle a bunny. Relax in the tea-garden while the children play in the play-park. Annual permits also available

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Latitude -34.0413° S 34.0413° S 34° 2' 28.68" -34° 2.478'
Longitude 23.2500° E 23.2500° E 23° 15' 0" 23° 15'
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N2 Harkerville,
20km east of Knysna
10km west of Plettenberg Bay
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
079 856 3424
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 79 856 3424

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No fax number available

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Kruger Park - Orpen
Kruger Park - Orpen (Website)

Orpen Rest Camp is situated centrally on the western border of the Kruger National Park. It is a small camp that derived its name from the surname of the donor of the land, Eileen Orpen. The scattered trees and wide-open plains covered by sweet grass attract many browsers. This in turn, attracts the eye-catching cheetah, lion and leopard. Well known for its diversity of habitat and wildlife, Orpen offers visitors an excellent opportunity to experience close encounters with elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard in a natural environment. Wild dog, cheetah, zebra and giraffe are also indigenous to this area, a paradise for the wildlife enthusiast.
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