The Wolf Sanctuary
Wolf Sanctuary Located Between Plettenberg and Knysna
The Wolf Sanctuary, located between Plettenberg and Knysna, offers a fun-filled outing for the whole family. The diverse collection of wildlife and farmyard animals will fascinate both children and adults alike!
Plettenberg Bay Tourism Attractions
At this popular tourism attraction near Plettenberg Bay you can make eye-contact with a wolf and begin to understand the awesome nature of this magnificent animal. Marvel at the unique coat pattern of the African Wild Dog. Appreciate the incredible intelligence of the Black Backed jackal. Interact with the farmyard animals and discover animal affection!
Visit The Wolf Sanctuary in the Garden Route
The Wolf Sanctuary has 20 grey wolves, specifically Canadian Timber Wolves. They live in two separate enclosures and have formed family packs. Visit this Garden Route Sanctuary and take your time to view all the animals. There are no guided tours and no time limit, spend the day if you like! Comprehensive information boards are available at all carnivore camps.
- The ideal venue for children’s parties and special occasions.
- Light meals and refreshments available.
- Wheelchair/Senior Citizen friendly – all areas easily accessible, level terrain.
- Picnic areas/tables available.
- School groups are welcomed.
Wolf Sanctuary Rates for 2014
- Entrance Fees:
• Adults: R100 per person
•Children over age 3 and Students: R75 per person
•Pensioners: R75 per person
•Pre-booked Groups(minimum of 20 persons): R45 per person
- Kiddies Birthday Parties: R45 per kids (includes a packet of animal food each)
- Annual Entrance Permits for regular visitors are available.
- Walking with Wolfs Guided Tour @ R75 extra per person
Bookings essential / Maximum of 12 persons per tour / No children under 12 years of age
- Exclusive Photographic Tours can be arranged, advance bookings are essential. Please enquire for more information
Wolf Sanctuary Hours
Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Winter: 8am – 5pm (feeding of wolves 4.30 – 5pm daily)
Summer: 8am – 6pm (feeding of wolves 5.30 – 6pm daily)
Please enquire at reception as to whether it is a feeding day or not, as the wolves are not fed every day.