Visit Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay,
South Africa - where rescued big cats feel at home.
PRECAUTIONARY TEMPORARY CLOSURE AGAINST
COVID – 19
In line with the national effort to confront the spread of the COVID 19 virus, our sanctuaries, Monkeyland, Birds of Eden, Jukani and Monkeyland KZN are temporarily closed. We regret any inconvenience this may cause, but trust you understand that this is for the greater interest! For more information call 082 979 5683 – for re-opening dates when available visit our generic website www.saasa.org.za or follow us on our other social media pages.
Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary
Where big cats are at home
At Jukani our mission is to maintain and manage a sustainable wildlife sanctuary, with the focus on creating widespread awareness about the plight of large predators in captivity, in South Africa and all over the world.Read more
Award Winning Sanctuaries
The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance (SAASA) consisting of Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and The Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary are winners of the Lilizela Service Excellence Awards - Best Visitor Experience 'Wildlife Encounters'; Skål International Sustainable Tourism Award - Best Major Attraction; winner of the 'Best Animal Welfare Initiative' and overall winner of the World Responsible Tourism Awards.
Pre-booking is not required. Same day bookings are not available online - please call 044 534 8906
Adult rates for Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary, Birds of Eden and Monkeyland
- Single ticket: R280 (adults) / R140 (children 3 - 12 years)
- Combo ticket (any 2 sanctuaries): R450 (adults) / R225 (children 3 - 12 years)
- Triptic ticket (all 3 sanctuaries): R560 (adults) / R280 (children 3 - 12 years)
Our safari guides are multi-lingual but language-specific tours can be arranged.Book A Tour
Skål Garden Route is delighted to announce that the South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance (SAASA), owners of Jukani wildlife Sanctuary is the winner of the 2019 Sustainable Tourism Award in...More News
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