Our facilities

A unique opportunity to have your name forever associated with the ADI Wildlife Sanctuary – a major animal protection project helping animals for years to come. Find out how you can become a founder here. We have naming rights available for major contributions and are delighted to have already received the following support:

Sanctuary Habitats

    • Camo Habitat
      Over 1.5 hectares/4 acres
      Home to: Ricardo (rescued from a circus in Peru), Easy and Shakira (rescued from a circus in Colombia).
      Sponsored by Dr Betsy Coville in honor of her rescue dog Camo.

    • Augie Habitat
      Over 1 hectare/2.5 acres
      Home to: David (rescued from a circus in Peru).
      Sponsored by Dr Betsy Coville in honor of her rescue dog Augie.

    • Abbey Habitat
      Over 1.5 hectares/4 acres
      Home to: Leo and Muñeca (rescued from a circus in Peru).
      Sponsored by Dr Betsy Coville in honor of her rescue dog Abbey.

    • Davis Habitat
      2 hectares/5 acres
      Home to: Rolex, Africa and Kiara 2 (rescued from a circus in Peru).
      Sponsored by Dr Betsy Coville in honor of her rescue dog Davis.

    • SamandEric Habitat
      2.5 hectares/6 acres
      Home to: Zeus and Bumba (rescued from a circus in Colombia). 
      Sponsored by Dr Betsy Coville in honor of her two childhood cats.

    • Antonia Habitat
      3 hectares/7.5 acres
      Home to: Bolillo, Ojiclaro (OJ) and Iron (rescued from a circus in Colombia).
      Sponsored by Antonia Stephanides-Symes.

    • Stephanides Habitat
      2.5 hectares/6 acres
      Home to: Rey Cusco and Smith (rescued from a circus in Peru).
      Sponsored by Antonia Stephanides-Symes.

    • Tohir Habitat
      2.5 hectares/6 acres
      Home to Kiara 1, Amazonas, Scarc and Mahla (rescued from a circus in Peru).
      Sponsored by the Tohir family.

    • Lion Lovers Lane
      Connects the Tohir, Stephanides, Antonia and Bucaramanga Habitats.
      For the Lion Lovers Facebook group, who raised money to help rescue Rey Cusco.

    • Kornberg Habitat
      1 hectare/2.5 acres
      Home to: Coco and Chino (rescued from a circus in Peru).
      Sponsored by Murray and Letizia Kornberg.

    • Joan & Geoff Phillips Habitat
      1 hectare/2.5 acres
      Home to: Kesari (driven out of his pride in a zoo).
      Sponsored by Tim Phillips and Jan Creamer and Sue Sinfield and the Sinfield Family.

    • Guibord-Sprague Habitat
      1 hectare/2.5 acres
      Home to: Rey and Simba (rescued from a circus in Peru).
      Sponsored by Rev. Dr. Gwynne Guibord and Dr. Lo Sprague.

    • Stephi Habitat
      1 hectare/2.5 acres
      Home to: Kumal and Sasha (rescued from a circus in Guatemala).
      Sponsored by Antonia Stephanides-Symes.

    • Introduction Habitat
      Over 1 hectare/2.5 acres
      Currently home to: Kimba, Sasha, Tomas, Tanya and Tarzan (rescued from circuses in Guatemala).
      CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR SPONSORSHIP.

  • Tiger Territory
    650,000sqft
    Home to: Itza, Sombra and their two cubs, Max and Stripes, Bimbi, Lupe, Sun, Moon, Jade, Luna, Sasha and Kumal (rescued from a circus in Guatemala).

 

Half of the original sanctuary property cost was donated by an anonymous donor.

Sanctuary Buildings

  • J. Jarie Jensen Veterinary Center: The building purchased with the kind support of Janet Jensen and Human Investment, and planned to be equipped in the next two years, The J. Jarie Jensen Veterinary Center will enable animals to be treated within the sanctuary, avoiding the need to transport them when they are sick.

 

  • Sprague House featuring the Jean Warner Sprague Education Center: To be developed in 2020, Sprague House was secured thanks to the generous support of the Robert R. Sprague Foundation. The Jean Warner Sprague Education Center will teach a new generation of African schoolchildren about animals, conservation, and the rights of other species on our shared planet.  

 

  • Chris Lee Lodge: Named by one of our founders in memory of their son, the Chris Lee Lodge provides accommodation for our guests and volunteers.  Find out more about volunteer program here.

 

  • Animal Care Center: Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Animal Care Center where our food preparation area, supply stores, fence and building maintenance equipment and supplies, workshops, and the veterinary center will be located.  Email execassist@ad-international.org for details.

Donated items

We would also like to thank the following individuals, organizations and companies, for donating equipment and other items for the sanctuary:

  • Veterinary care costs for our first year sponsored by Animal Friends Insurance
  • Catnip donated by Justingredients and Naturally Animals
  • Solar lights for the animal habitats donated by The Solar Centre
  • Native trees and platforms sponsored by Thomas & Carolyn Long – Trees For Tigers USA
  • Portable generator and welding kit donated by Vivien Jones
  • Veterinary care costs for our third year sponsored by an Anonymous Donor
  • Pick-up truck (bakkie in South Africa) sponsored by Robert R Sprague Foundation

Our thanks to GreaterGood.org for supporting the ADI Wildlife Sanctuary and giving animals in need a better life.