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National Tiger Sanctuary, Chestnutridge

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
Operating as a not-for-profit rescue facility, National Tiger Sanctuary offers a number of guided tours with opportunities to interact with its resident big cats. The rescued animals that live here include white and orange tigers, African lions, a mountain lion, a black leopard, and more. During your tour, you can learn about the animals and the threats to their survival. Plus, you'll also get an inside look at each cat's quirky personality. The more deluxe guided tours include experiences such as feeding the animals and a behind-the-scenes look of the facility. Plan your National Tiger Sanctuary visit and explore what else you can see and do in Chestnutridge using our Chestnutridge tourist route planner.
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  • I really enjoyed our visit to the National Tiger Sanctuary--it was not what I expected at all. The workers are very friendly and helpful and ready to answer any questions. The big cats are kept in lar...  read more »
  • Visited for the first. The staff really care about the animals and strive to make sure visitors are educated about the animals and their goals to preserve these beautiful animals. 
  • The cats were gorgeous and you could tell that they were being well taken care off!!! The staff also showed such a love and caring for their "babies", you could tell that the dedication of the wonderf...  read more »
  • Did the You Feed tour... really enjoyed it! They take such good care of thess cats. Highly recommend visiting and contributing to their cause!
  • highly recommended. the people there take such good care of these beautiful big cats. if you're in branson, ABSOLUTELY go check out the sanctuary. they have all sorts of big cats there, like tigers of course, a lion, a black jaguar (panther) and mountain lions. it was VERY educational.
  • Very educational. Gorgeous tigers. Well cared for. They give you a tour and tell you about each tiger. Just do the regular tour cause its really not worth the money for the feeding tour.
  • Awesome! The tour guide was very informative and knowledgeable. The big cats are beautiful and feeding them is fun.
  • The staff take wonderful care of their cats and the land is absolutely beautiful. Such a fun place!
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