Cango Wildlife Ranch – My Review

So this is my first official review. The Cango Wildlife Ranch in Oudtshoorn, South Africa.

If you love animals, this is the place to visit. They have a large variety of African animals and friendly guides, that take you on a guided tour trough some of the specialities of the ranch, when you first arrive. The guides joke around with the visitors and are open to any questions about the ranch or its animals, very friendly.

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One of the tour guide talking about the cheetah’s.

With the rare white tiger, not actually an albino, simply a genetic code, as well as tigers, lions, cheetah and many other large wild cats.

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During the tour and all along the walkways you come across interesting facts about the animals and where they came from, as well as their history.

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There are also some amazing encounters you can do and have your photo with some of these amazing animals. Here we have some brave souls going crock cage diving, in stunningly clear water, with these large ancient’s.

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I like to move it, move it! Lemur encounters (feeding). How about having Lemurs jumping around and on you, will hand feeding them and having your photo taken as a keepsake.

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Really worth a visit.

All images, thoughts and opinions by Nikita vdv Photography.

More official images to come soon.

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8 Responses to Cango Wildlife Ranch – My Review

  1. rainbowarc says:

    Weird seeing a white tiger, especially that it has no stripes (or very pale)!

  2. Sonya says:

    I would love to go into that croc cage with a waterproof camera! Also, thanks for stopping by my blog!

  3. Interesting review. I’m amazed by the idea of swimming with crocs, not sure I would want to do it.
    Looks like you were pretty close to the tigers. Do you have any idea how far you were and/or what lens you used?

  4. Nice collection. I would rather see the crocs in the cage and me free so that, should something go wrong, I could actually get out of the water!

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