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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Fantastic experience with a large amount of animals.superb employes especially the bald guy.plus the hand an experience was great i wish everyone could try.hope this comment expires you to go and enjo... more »
We have been to 44 states.and the hands on experience with the animals is top of the line,out of all the places we have seen.It was amazing.The bald guy did a great job explaining in detail about anim... more »
When I booked our interaction with the Cubs, I wasn't sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised (and quite relieved as well). The park is spacious and really well kept. The animal inclosures ... more »
We had our daughter's 9th birthday party here and it was amazing! Everybody was so nice and helpful. Our tour guide was great and very patience with with all the girls. The building was beautiful and was more than big enough to host our large group. All the girls loved the animals! From the talking birds to the monkeys and of course the Tigers! Of course the birthday girls favorite part was the one on one time with some of the animals like the owl. I highly recommend it for a birthday party!
ANIMAL LOVERS BEWARE!! This place doesn't deserve this star!! My husband and I stopped in on our way thru Oklahoma. We were charged 40.00 cash and 35.00 ea on our card(they said it was for the VIP tour) -and we're extremely appalled at the conditions that these wonderful creatures are being kept in! The big cats are kept in cages the size of most of our homes- and as we observed they were very bored and very unloved! I would even feel comfortable in saying neglected! After walking around the compound- yes I said compound!- we then asked for our money back- we were told "but you are VIP and you can hold babies" - no thank you! After seeing a white tiger who was soooo lonely- and she looked like she had just had a cub or two herself- and I didn't want to have "bad animal karma" by handling her babies (if they were hers? I don't know- don't want to know!!!) we had to tell them repeatedly that we wanted a refund and they finally and reluctantly gave us back 35.00 cash and a discount for our next visit- ?! Really?! I, we go back it will be with the aspca 😞 These animals may be fed and sheltered but they aren't happy and that makes my husband and I not happy! Places like this are awful to take children to because it teaches our next generations that this is acceptable! This place is comparable to a prison not a habitat!! Please don't teach this to our kids!!
I wanted to take my daughter for her birthday. They were closed, but the owner allowed us to come in anyways. There were 4 of us and we were the only ones there. Park was very clean, the animals looked healthy, and the owner was extremely nice to us. My daughter and niece had a BLAST feeding the animals. I would recommend taking your family here. Thank you again for allowing us to spend a few hours here for my daughter's birthday !!!!!!!!
Just read about this place. Guikty of terrible animal abuse! How are they still open? Why aren't there laws to shut them down. Check the video of the very young tiger cub & the awful mistreatment it gets from these "humans".sick people, sick business!
I was here for a Family Day. In the Army we have occasional events where soldiers and their families can meet up to spend time together. It is a great way to bring a Unit together and with almost 10 years in this Family Day at Tiger Safari has to be the best I've had yet. The park is very clean and well maintained. The animals are friendly and lively and there is a huge variety. The owner and the park Vet were out to help make sure all of us were enjoying the park and had everything we needed. Staff were polite and helpful. I am looking forward to coming back for another Family day or bringing friends and family on our own time.
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