An interactive animal preserve and tour in Myrtle Beach

Good afternoon once again from T.I.G.E.R.S. in Myrtle Beach.

Most people aren't aware that there is an interactive animal preserve and educational tour in Myrtle Beach.   T.I.G.E.R.S. and Preservation Station were 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, The personnel have been involved in field research as well.


Guests at the Preserve and Preservation Station enjoy wondrous experiences which live on for a lifetime in the hundreds of individual and group high end professional photographs and video we take of them on this once in a lifetime journey.

Read what others are saying:

“I would go back annually if I could!”
If you are an animal lover, a conservationist, or just looking for an awesomely interesting thing to do, this is your place.
 – Mommacats 5/29/12

“Amazing adventure”
The staff was professional and informative, warm and entertaining. The animals were obviously well cared for, content, and engaged.
 – Tanya B 5/28/12

“Save the tigers! Save the planet!”
My husband and I took the safari at T.I.G.E.R.S. we spent 4.5 hours of bliss with exotic animals ..hands on! The tour is worth every penny! Get a coupon in the sunny day guide for $ off the tour.
 – Mickitravels 5/21/12

“Experience of a Lifetime!”
What was also incredibly impressive was the health and appearance of all of the animals. These animals are all cared for like beloved household pets (I guess because they are like pets at this facility!)
 – Sherri 5/20/12


Over the last decade T.I.G.E.R.S. have donated over 200 thousand dollars, as well as time, effort and expertise, to grassroots conservation programs in Asia and Africa. The money from the Wildlife tour goes directly to help save the Endangered Wildlife Species and preserve their natural habitats.  For information about T.I.G.E.R.S. visit,

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