Tiger Safari

3.914 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:30 pm]
  • Address: 963 County Street 2930, Tuttle, OK 73089, USA, United States
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4053819453
  • Ticket Price: 15 USD
  • Tags: Family And Kids

Tiger Safari is a rescue center in OK, USA. The aim of establishing this center was to raise awareness regarding the various wild species. The safari provides the most personal experience with wild animal species including big cats, kangaroos and foxes. With special activities for children it ensures spreading knowledge and awareness regarding all the different species. People are also allowed to feed and pet the little ones here. If you are travelling with your children, make it a point to visit this place.

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  • Tiger Safari Address: 963 County Street 2930, Tuttle, OK 73089, USA, United States
  • Tiger Safari Contact Number: +1-4053819453
  • Tiger Safari Timing: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm
  • Tiger Safari Price: 15 USD
  • Best time to visit Tiger Safari(preferred time): 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
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Tiger Safari Reviews & Ratings

  • It was awesome! The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable of their animals. You can tell they really cared about them! There was so much to see and they have nice areas to sit. We had a really good time. Next time, we will probably come later in the day or when it's cool so the animals will want to move around more.

  • What a great time! We stayed overnight in the "hut" which was a really nice cabin. Bill made sure we had everything we needed for our stay. We had access to the park all evening when the temperature cooled and the animals came out. Also, early in the morning, you can watch them feed the animals. The staff were all very friendly and knowledgeable of the animals. You can get a VIP pass for a tour and also a pass to pet some of the baby animals. My family loved it!

  • Me and my family were the first people to stay in the brand new African manor. It was amazing! I loved the African Safari decor, especially the exotic animal pelts. It had a beautiful loft and luxurious bathroom, and hammock right outside. I would definitely love to come visit again.

  • The staff was very kind, we had a good time but the animals (particularly large cats) are in extremely small enclosures, too few (if they are lucky to have any) interactive toys to stimulate their minds while living in the small enclosures and the structures need some maintenance. The cats definitely dont have the accommodations that should be required for a decent quality of life.

  • Animals did not look happy, looked like they were being neglected. I payed for interaction with the animals and all I got was a couple of lemurs on my lap which I was not allowed to pet. The photo with the owl was cool but my experience all together was poor. My heart also breaks for these animals, they need a bigger place to roam free instead of being in small cages. The girl volunteer looked like she sincerely cared but the owner could care less, it's all about money, not the animals. I strongly do not recommend if you love animals.

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