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World of Birds

Benefit: Free entry into the park
Regular Price: Adult USD 7.26; Child USD 2.79

Attraction Highlights

  • World of Birds is Africa’s largest bird sanctuary: 3,000 birds and 400 different species, including flamingos, eagles, owls, and falcons
  • 100 different walk-through aviaries
  • Monkey Jungle to interact with squirrel monkeys
  • Baboons, meerkats, porcupines, and reptiles as well
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Free entry into the park

Regular Price: Adult USD 7.26; Child USD 2.79
Address Valley Rd, Cape Town, 7806
Collection Information Please present your pass to the staff at the ticket counter on arrival.
Phone +27 (0)21 790 2730
Work Hours Daily 9:00am - 4:00pm

What to expect

Step into Africa’s largest bird sanctuary and one of the few large bird parks in the world at World of Birds. Visitors can get up close with birds indigenous to South Africa, including ostriches, cormorants, pelicans, penguins, parrots, and many others. Avery guides are available to explain these fascinating feathered creatures and their various behaviours.

World of Birds also hosts a Monkey Jungle, where visitors can interact with the inquisitive resident squirrel monkeys. It’s a fun-filled and informative day out for the whole family, and a real paradise for nature lovers, photographers, and kids.

Things to look out for

Discover thousands of local birds at this family-friendly park in Hout Bay Explore the largest bird sanctuary in Africa, with over 400 different species. Walk through the 100 aviaries and observe eagles, falcons, and flamingos, while the Monkey Jungle lets you interact with several squirrel monkeys.

Helpful Tips

Don’t miss a walk through the Magic Forest, a fun trail that offers magical delights alongside bird sightings. When you encounter a parrot, say hello, and wait for a response – some of them used to be petted and know a few phrases!

Another great feature is the Monkey Jungle, a short walk through a ‘jungle’ where little monkeys may sit on your shoulder. A highlight is feeding time for the birds of prey, which happens at 16:15.
Address Valley Rd, Cape Town, 7806
Phone +27 (0)21 790 2730
Work Hours Daily 9:00am - 4:00pm