T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station, North Myrtle Beach

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station is located in North Myrtle Beach. Make T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station a centerpiece of your North Myrtle Beach vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our North Myrtle Beach vacation route planner.
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  • I booked this in advance and I'm glad I did. What a great experience! You can see the love the trainers have for the animals and the passion they have for it. We had a few surprise animals and loved p...  read more »
  • I loved visiting the Preservation Station & having my picture taken with a tiger cub & chimp. It was far more than I expected & I was amazed at how well these animals are taken care of. The money spen...  read more »
  • We came here with the kids. We loved this place. It was something different to do. Maybe we can visit next time 
  • I had done the Tigers Tour earlier in the day (which I highly recommend) but returned to Preservation Station to pet the animals and get photographed one last time. I pet a baby lion, a baby tiger and held a large Monkey. The Monkey was by far the highlight of my experience. I'm not a big Monkey person but this 50 lb monkey leaped into my arm and wrapped his legs around my waist and his arms around my neck and he wouldn't let go! No joking! Not even the trainer knew what to do! Me and the monkey had a cuddling and kissing session for about 3 minutes and I'm telling you, it was better than the tiger safari tour and preservation combined. There's something about loving a animal who looks just like you and truly wants to be loved. It is GODLY and I will never forget it. Thank you Tigers for a once in a lifetime experience. You have touched my heart!
  • I just got back from the Preservation Station. I went with a friend and we loved it. It is very expensive, esp. if you buy the whole photo package which I did. But we held a two month old white tiger cub on our laps, petted and touched a one month old, and had hugs from a chimp. The animals are alert and happy. You can see others playing in the background and they are not stressed or scared. Every person there was very friendly and informative. The animals don't live there; they are just there for two hours. In addition to the money taken in each day, you have to assume this will bring in future donations. It's a way to help spread the word about endangered animals. I plan to drive the 7 hours back here to go to the safari in October when it is cooler. The heat and the expense are why I gave it 4 stars as an attraction but the people and animals deserve 5!!!
  • This would have been a very cool place but the website is very miss leading DONT fall for the word FREE because the only thing free is the two tigers sitting outside in a glass window for advertising, otherwise expect to spend a lot of money! For a picture and a rushed experience is starting at $100.00! I actually felt bad for the animals it looks like they are cared for but looking around and actually looking at what was happening didn't look like a place for tigers that's for sure!TRUE MONEY PIT!
  • Amazing experience for my family and myself. My daughter (8 years old) loved it so much. It was expensive, yes, but for the memories and the experience for my family it was worth every penny. My wife, myself, and my daughter was $150 plus tax to go in and get the 8x10 included. We paid an extra $100 to have every picture that was taken available for digital download. We will most likely go to their main location next year rather than the small exhibit in Barefoot Landing. An amazing experience that I recommend doing if you have the money.
  • We did the preservation station a couple years ago. The we did the full tour at the preserve. This was on my wifes bucket list since we did the preservation station. I'm so glad we got to do it. It was well worth it. It was a once in a lifetime experience(unless we go back). We would recommend both things to everyone. Save the Tigers Save the world
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