Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre in Hoedspruit & vicinity, Limpopo
The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is situated just outside Hoedspruit in the Limpopo Province, South Africa.
The Centre was established in 1991 by a Pretoria businessman, Mr. Strijdom. When deciding on the project, he asked Brian Jones to establish and run the rehabilitation centre. Brian Jones has been working with injured and orphaned animals since the age of four and so his experience and reputation made him the natural choice. Moholoholo soon proved to be a centre that could help injured, abandoned and poisoned animals and so grew rapidly and became a respected contributor to wildlife conservation.
Not all animals are able to be released back into the wild so Moholoholo therefor have a few “permanent residents” at the centre who have become ambassadors for their species. It is these ambassadors that day visitors can get up close and personal with.
Moholoholo is also very involved in collaring and relocating “problem animals” such as leopards from farms and tribal areas. Many vultures brought in due to poisoning or electrocution have also been tagged and released and this process has aided with their research.
Things to do and see
- Various Wildlife
- Ya Mati Tea Garden
- School Groups
- Forest Camp Lodge
- Self-Catering Accommodation
- Ya Mati Caravan Park
There are only two tours per day, each tour is approximately 2 hours. The last tour begins at 15h00. Please contact Moholoholo directly for confirmation of pricing and availability.
Summer months, October to March will experience average temperatures of between 16˚C to 31˚C with the highest rainfall months being between November and February.
Winter months, May to August, will bring temperatures down to between 8˚C and 24˚C.
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