A conservation and rehabilitation reserve is an enormous reserve that has one main goal: to help nature restore itself and transform back to its original state. This is a very lengthy process and after decades of excessive maltreatment by farmers. it can take many years for flora and fauna to re-establish itself.
Founders of this amazing project have worked together at several different parks, including the Kruger National Park and Amakhala Private Game Reserve. Their main objective is to rehabilitate and conserve bordering farms (which they have attained over the last couple of years).
They both possess an immense passion for the big cats e.g. Cheetahs, Caracal, Lynxes and Leopards, and have been safeguarding their existence these last years. Currently they have 4 kittens (born October 2010), three domesticated and four wild Cheetahs in their care, which requires daily training to, once again, become independent and skilled hunters and eventually return to the wild.