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Mar07

Rhino Economics 101

CATEGORIES // Rhinoprotect-blog

THE LEGALISATION DEBATE CONTINUED

The previous post (What if We Legalized The Trade in Rhino Horn?) merely skimmed the surface of the argument in favour of legalising the rhino horn. If we are to have something to debate well then we need to see the problem from all sides and the legalisation argument certainly needs further investigation. The most comprehensive argument in favour of legalisation I found is one offered by Michael 't Sas-Rolfes, Environmental...

Feb23

Becoming a BIG Boy

CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

JOTI'S MOVING OUT

Becoming a BIG Boy

Joti is soon three years old – in cheetah years it means he is now an adult. So Damian and the WCCC team had a special surprise for him! For Christmas 2011 Joti got his own new house and a new camp. It´s in a prime location - directly in our cheetah reserve. To get used to our eight wild cheetahs, Joti is for the first time in a separated area in the middle of the reserve. Now they can see and sniff each other, but don´t get in...

Feb23

Becoming a Volunteer

CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

THE STORY OF LENA

Travelling to Africa and gaining new experiences there was always a dream of mine. Thanks to Inverdoorn Game Reserve the dream became reality. When I arrived I was excited to meet the cheetahs and I was totally amazed how close they are to the humans. Now, three weeks after my arrival, I can walk the chetaah ladies, Velvet and Nushka. I remember the moment when Lisa first gave me Velvet's leash and said: "It's your turn!". A...

Feb21

The Future of Joti

CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

STARTING A NEW LIFE

The Future of Joti

Joti has now been moved to the wild cheetah reserve, where he stays in an enclosed camp. It is a nice medium-sized camp with a house where he can sleep at night and a female on the other side of the fence. Hopefully we will be able to put them together for breeding if all goes well, and they like each other. He can start his new and wild life!The other wild cheetahs in the reserve can visit him, but only through the fence so they...

Feb14

Iziba's First Interaction with Guests

CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

MEETING NEW PEOPLE

Iziba's First Interaction with Guests

 Iziba, our six-month-old cheetah has since two months back been trained to walk on the leash. During the walks she can explore and investigate her surroundings. A while back she had her first interaction with guests at the lodge. She was a little nervous and careful at first, but only for a short while. Within five minutes she started to run around and wanted to play with the guests. Izzi is a very brave young cheetah and...

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Reservations & Info

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

 

PO BOX 304 SEA POINT 8060
CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA

Tel:  +27 (0)214 344 639
Fax: +27 (0)214 331 157

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

Meet The Team

  • Meet the Team: Christo Viljoen

    Meet the Team: Christo Viljoen

    The staff at Inverdoorn hail from various parts of South Africa, and even other parts of the world. As a result they all have very different and diverse backgrounds, but are connected by...

  • Meeting the Volunteers: Mélissa Boursier

    Meeting the Volunteers: Mélissa Boursier

    The conservation of cheetahs at Inverdoorn is giving Mélissa Boursier plenty of material for her doctoral thesis in veterinary sciences. She is in the fourth year of her studies at...

  • Meeting the Volunteers: Annami Grabe

    Meeting the Volunteers: Annami Grabe

    Something I loved about meeting the volunteers and talking to them was the way they carefully contemplated each question I put forward to them – and none more so than Annami, a local...

  • Meet the Team: Leah Brousse

    Meet the Team: Leah Brousse

    The staff at Inverdoorn hail from various parts of South Africa, and even other parts of the world. As a result they all have very different and diverse backgrounds, but are connected by...

Keep up to Date

For all the latest news about your favourite animals at Inverdoorn like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for the latest news and blog posts about the cheetahs, the rhinos, the lions and all the other animals that live on the reserve. Read about the people who look after them and have dedicated their lives to wildlife and its conservation.

Share Your View

Did you enjoy your trip to Inverdoorn? Submit a review to Trip Advisor or send us a review via our website. We want to hear all about your trip: what you liked, what you saw, the best parts and any suggestions and ideas for how we can improve the experience for YOU are also welcome. You can read what others have said about us by checking out some of the articles and press releases or chat to other guests on Trip Advisor. You can even join our Inverdoorn Community and stay in touch with our rangers, animal handlers and other guests.

Contact Infos

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

PO BOX 304 SEA POINT 8060
CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA

Tel:  +27 (0)214 344 639
Fax: +27 (0)214 331 157

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

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