Tsitsikamma Wolf Sanctuary can be found just outside of Plettenberg Bay. It was founded with a small pack of wolves imported from Canada.
There is a lot of theory about packs having an Alpha Male. Some think that there is no such thing. I tend to disagree. From personal experience, I saw both Alpha Male and Female in Action. And part of our experience was stepping into a Wolf Enclosure with a couple of Trained Guides as our ‘protectors’.
Although I was on guard and keeping a watchful eye on where the wolves were, the girls began to listen to how wolves work in packs and take a few pics of their own.
Outside of walking on the ‘wild side’, the is an opportunity to meet a great a wolf that enjoys a little human interaction. This experience is a real winner, and the kids learnt so much from touching the fur to reading ‘body language’ and action.
Apart from personal encounters, the Tsitsikamma Wolf Sanctuary also is home to Wild Dogs, Giant Tortoises and many other amazing creature.
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