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We could not do without corporate donations. Thanks to the generous companies who have helped us by attending our events or by donating a monetary amount, we have been able to put over 1000 children through our education and awareness programs.

Little by little the ripple effect makes change.

We are registered section 21 and section 18A and are able to give corporate tax certificates.
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Education and Awareness are the keys to sustainable Conservation. Only with Education can the demand for animal body parts for traditional medicine use be curbed.

The children of Allanridge School, Thembisa, learn about endangered Tigers. They also learn about the reasons that so many animals are endangered; for example they learn about habitat loss and poaching.
We teach them about the need to protect and conserve. When they meet the animals for the first time their eyes light up - there is nothing like the experience of interacting and connecting with the animals we are teaching about.

The children loved having their break playing with the various animals wondering around the Sanctuary. Many had never seen a tortoise before.

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Tigers & White Lion

by Race Against Extinction | Oct 10, 2013


Meet the ”girls“
Geisha and Ganesha
At 5 and a half months they’ll bounce right into your heart!
18 years and older​

White Lion:

Enter the Lions Den, an encounter you’ll remember forever!
18 years and older

Golia, Geisha and Ganesha are together, so enjoy the best of both worlds!

​Dear adventurers, please remember that although the aim of giving people the opportunity to interact with our precious cubs, so that they gain a better understanding and respect for them, is the main aim of encounters  and petting, it is still the animals welfare and happiness that comes first.

We at Lory Park will appreciate your adherence to time slots, as our babies need to rest and eat during their breaks, and working until 4pm is long enough for them.
Also please adhere to the rules and requests of the caretakers, they are there to protect you and our cubs.

​Once again please note there will be no petting of small cubs on Mondays.

Thank you and enjoy your experience!

​All encounters strictly are from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm till 4pm

Adults: R 80.00 per encounter

Children: R 60.00 per encounter

Our animals are in DANGER and need your help. You can make a difference

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