Tigers For Tomorrow62 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 708 Co Rd 345, Attalla, AL 35954, USA, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-2565244150
- Tags: Wildlife Sanctuary , Family And Kids
The Tigers For Tomorrow at the Untamed Mountain is a safe abode to more than 160 animals like tigers, African and Mountain Lions, Emu, Leopard, Bears, Wolves and many more. Sprawling over 140 acres within the Delkalb County, the Tigers For Tomorrow is a non-profit environmental education center and wild animals preserve, Here you will not only learn about the animals and their behaviour and habitats but also feel so connected with them that you might wish to adopt one. There are private tours, Group Tours, Educational Tours as well as Corporate Outings and parties held here.
How to Reach Tigers For Tomorrow
- Cover on foot.
Tigers For Tomorrow Reviews & Ratings
We had a great time, the tour guide was very knowledgeable. The drive in is decently steep, a sedan could make it but an SUV would have an easier time of it. Closed toed shoes recommended. There are definitely a lot of animals there! Several of the tigers were very playful, so that was fun to watch.
Amazing animals! They are active and talking. I've never heard lions roaring back and forth and wolves howling together! Great and helpful staff answered every question. And super helpful. Great experience!
Tigers for tomorrow is one of my favorites places to visit I give them a five star rating. They were helpful and really nice people there. Hey y'all thanks a million for experience. I love it there.
The tigers were beautiful!!!! It's a really neat place. Definitely going back!! Bears were also great. The Bengal tigers, 🦁, lioness, and white Siberian tiger and the rare Tabby tiger had the most beautiful markings. So worth the trip!!
This is a preserve for injured and abused animals. We thoroughly enjoyed the place. The animals appeared to be well fed. It's a great place for families to go. There is a petting section. You can tell they put the tigers, lions, bears, wolves etc... as a top priority. It is all outside and its summer in Alabama so it was hot; so wear hats and sunscreen. The only downside is you cannot take pictures even with cell phones. But again, animals first. It may upset or scare the animals. You can arrange for a private tour and they also do groups. Overall it was a great place to visit. Children would love it.