As you rang in the new year, you more than likely made resolutions to travel and take more adventures. Maybe you were thinking of going on a safari? Well, you actually do not have to go half way around the world to go on safari. For Myrtle Beach residents, you can enjoy your next adventure in your own town when you visit Myrtle Beach Safari.
The Myrtle Beach Safari takes place at The Institute for Greatly Endangered and Rare Species or T.I.G.E.R.S., which is a fifty acre wildlife preserve in South Myrtle Beach that was founded and is directed by Mahamayavi Bhagavan “Doc” Antle. With the assistance of animal ambassador programs, Antle provides a place for visitors to experience connections with the wildlife at the preserve to help promote awareness of environmental issues.
You can enjoy meeting the resident cheetah, elephant, liger, and more with any of the encounter options with the Myrtle Beach Safari. The Day Tour is a three hour experience that allows you to walk around the preserve and interact with the wildlife. Want to take a swim with an elephant? Reserve a private encounter to splash around with Bubbles the elephant. Make your experience even more memorable by reserving a photo encounter. These photo encounters take place at the preserve lodge and allow you to have one-on-one time with animals like a lemur, baby chimpanzee, or a wolf that can all be captured for prosperity by the preserve’s team of professional photographers.
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Make Your Reservations
Experience something this year like you never have before. Make reservations at the Myrtle Beach Safari to enjoy any of the encounter options with your entire family. The encounters you will have with these incredible and majestic animals are something you will never forget, so make plans to visit the Myrtle Beach Safari to experience a wonderful adventure with your entire family.
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