By bringing wildlife to the City and bringing people and animals intimately closer together, respect for and understanding of nature is fostered and appreciation for God’s beautiful creation in its diversity is shared.
Largest bird park in Africa
Visit the NEWLY OPENED Hornbill Café at World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary.
No advanced booking necessary, just drop by. Tickets are available at the entrance. Find ticket prices here.
Over 3 000 birds (and small animals) of 400 different species are uniquely presented in more than 100 spacious landscaped walk through aviaries, allowing you the most intimate closeness with nature.
A tropical garden setting in the Hout Bay Valley is the environment in which the aviaries are spaced over 4 ha of land, framed by the back of Table Mountain, the Twelve Apostles, Constantiaberg, Chapman’s Peak and Little Lion’s Head. A paradise for nature lovers and photographers, the World of Birds is one of Cape Town’s premier tourist attractions which no visitor should miss.
100 000 visitors annually enjoy the outing to the World of Birds.
The Sanctuary also serves as hospital, orphanage and breeding centre, caring for injured birds and animals, and breeding of many bird and animal species behind-the-scenes. Some threatened species successfully bred include our national bird the Blue Crane, the Bald Ibis, the NeNe or Hawaiian Goose, and several rare South American Marmosets and Tamarins.
Over the last 35 years, we have cared for over 40,000 birds and animals with no support whatsoever from any official or corporate structure. Please consider making a donation to help us continue this work.
We have thirty-eight of these attractive, agile and highly inquisitive New World monkeys. They are extremely mischievous and quick (so make sure all your belongings are safely packed away in a bag!).
They live in a large walkthrough enclosure, which allows visitors to enjoy direct contact with them.
The Monkey Jungle is open from 11:30 – 13:00 and 14:00 – 15:30. More Information here.