Our Wildlife Sanctuary, situated on our 3,200 hectare reserve near Windhoek, provides a safe haven for various orphaned and injured African wildlife. We strongly believe the wild belongs in the wild and direct all our efforts towards long term rehabilitation. But sadly not all of the animals who come to N/a’an ku sê are able to be released back into the wild. Only those that can’t, mostly for reasons of human impact, remain on the sanctuary.
Many of the animals have been orphaned, hand raised from a very young age or have become too used to captivity and cannot safely be released. None of these animals would have survived without the food, care and nurturing from our sanctuary.
We provide a safe sanctuary for lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, caracals and baboons. Our Sanctuary also provides a home to a bat eared fox called Ore, a duiker called Sylvie, a porcupine named Coco, a vervet monkey called Scarlett as well as several meerkats, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys and rabbits.
The Sanctuary is based at our beautiful reserve which hosts an abundant amount of wildlife and roaming game including giraffe, zebra, kudu, hartebeest, springbok, eland, jackal as well as wild cheetahs and leopards. These animals are all protected within this conservation area and our guests and volunteers can enjoy seeing the wildlife on a daily basis driving around the reserve.