It's another beautiful day in Myrtle Beach, SC!!! Most people don't know when they visit Myrtle Beach that there is an interactive animal preserve and tour just miles down the road. T.I.G.E.R.S. was created as a wildlife education organization, dedicated to promoting global conservation with informative, educational, and entertaining interactive programs. Dr. Bhagavan Antle works closely with international wildlife conservation projects in South America, Africa and Thailand. In addition to providing much needed funds for these programs, our personnel have been involved in field research as well.
The Wild Encounters Tour is a guided walk through a fifty acre preserve just 17 miles South of Barefoot Landing, where you'll meet tigers, wolves, leopards, chimpanzees, orangutans, and other endangered species, many of them up-close and un-caged! During the tour professional photographers shoot studio quality photographs and video of the tour and the T.I.G.E.R.S. Preserve experience. This gives you the opportunity to take home a set of portraits and phenomenal videos that are incomparable to any other photo opportunity.
Frequently asked questions:
1) How can I find out more about Preservation Station?
Please visit www.myrtlebeachsafari.com
2) How can I make a tour reservation?
If you are ready to make a reservation please visit http://www.myrtlebeachsafari.com/signup or you can call our tour coordinator at 843-997-3584 or 843-283-8894. Please do not call our tour coordinators for anything other than tour reservations.
3) What is the least crowded day for the tour?
Tours are generally more crowded on a Saturday than they during the week, this does not however mean that your experience will in any way be made less enjoyable by the amount of people on your tour.
Go online and visit www.myrtlebeachsafari.com for more information about the Rare Species Fund, the tour and Tigers Preserve. Come to see the White Tigers, a liger and other amazing animals in Myrtle Beach at one of the most exciting animal adventures ever. All proceeds from the tour go to The Rare Species Fund and The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species.