Interact with an array of animals like kangaroos and macaws at Tiger Safari. You'll have the chance to pet kangaroos, enter the turtle area, or feed macaws and deer while you explore. This park is home to animals like lions, lemurs, tigers, monkeys, and snakes, some of which you can hold and take photos with. Sign up for the intimate encounters with the animals to get a more personal experience, like feeding the tigers. You can stay in a replica African safari hut for the night surrounded by thorn trees and long grass (but with all the comforts of home, including air conditioning, a fireplace, TV, refrigerator/freezer, and a microwave). Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Tiger Safari by using our Tuttle travel itinerary maker.
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DONT GO...DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!! The interaction with the animals was good but when they said you're going to feed the baby tiger they mean for 2 seconds take a fast photo and then move on. It was ov... more »
Great experience every time I visit. You learn a lot of cool facts about their animals and animals in general, and it is super personal and interactive. Bald guy was superb! Thanks a lot! more »
We did the VIP and the tiger photo for a gift for my nine year old daughter. She was able to hold a baby kangaroo, lemur, bearded dragon, boa constrictor, and lion faced rabbit. She had such an amazin... more »
We went to the tiger safari as a treat, and had a great time. Both my cousins and I agree that we would spend the money again in a heart beat. It isn't every day that you get to have actual encounters with lemurs, snakes, prairie dogs, kangaroos, foxes and others. Madison who took the time to being out all of the animals was super nice and full of knowledge. The owner, Madison and another gentleman all greeted us with warm welcomes. Animals were well taken care of and where active. The lions were lounging, but if you know anything about lions that is what they do. We got to take a picture with a ten month old Siberian tiger. How awesome is that? The baby kangaroo was so adorable and loves to give kisses. We are hoping to go back next year. The only downside for us was that we didn't get to hold more animals or touch a tiger. The animals are so adorable you just want to hold them all, even if you know it isn't possible. I would like to thank Tiger Safari for their friendliness and knowledge; and for the over all experience. We will be going back next time we come to Oklahoma.
My family had an amazing time! We had a private tour and a hut. Even though it was pouring rain we still had a great time! It was so worth the drive! The animals are so cute and my boys loved petting and learning about them. Especially the tiger!
Amazing place for children and adults to explore and learn first hand about a spectrum of animals. We loved holding the baby kangaroo. It was so cute and adorable. Now my kids want one! They held a python & other reptiles. We enjoyed petting a prairie dog, a fennic fox, and a baby lemur. The zookeepers are amazing. They were super informative and explained how they have helped the animals they have brought in. They are a rescue center. Outside we saw a bear, a variety of primates, tigers, and birds plus many more reptiles. The children fed the capuchin monkey and spider monkey dried bananas they gave us. They brought out the tiger from its cage and let our family (9 of us) take pictures with it. Tiger Safari costs more than the zoo but it is totally worth it because you gain education and an awesome one on one experience with exotic animals. Plus even though it was near 100 degrees it didn't feel that hot because of the wind, grass, and water features. This place is an absolute must see in Oklahoma...thinking next year we will book an overnight stay there :)
This place made me soooo sad. The animals were malnourished...the monkeys had barely no hair on them and they looked depressed. We had some food while we walked and the poor monkeys jumped on the gate wall and seemed so hungry. The tigers were so thin! Besides the animals being in horrible conditions. The owner treated our whole group of 40 so horribly. He over charged us and we went to the counter to discuss it and he gave us an "oh well" and didn't care! He didn't give us our money back or anything, or even apologize. I will never go again. I was heart broken and disappointed in the service
We were so disappointed in this place. It seemed deserted except for a few maintenance workers in the distance. We walked around looking at the lethargic big cats and hoping to find another human to explain protocol but saw no one until we gave up and headed for our car. Then, a man came out and said something about seeing the park. I explained that we'd been looking for someone to ask about admission and to give us some info on the animals. He basically said, "Cash or credit?" and the young woman working there insinuated we had "crashed" the gate to gain entry. It was hardly worth $12 each to see a few big cats who looked half dead. Aside from a couple of playful monkeys and some loud parrots, most of the animals looked drugged. Maybe if you pay for the premium experiences they treat you with some dignity and wake the animals. It was a waste of time and money for us.
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