T.I.G.E.R.S Preservation Station
The T.I.G.E.R.S Preservation Station (The Institute of the Greatly Endangered and Rare Species) is your number one spot in Myrtle Beach for an authentic safari experience. Here at the preservation station, your student group can observe big cats and other endangered species within a 50-acre tropical paradise, the entire experience filled with several personal interaction opportunities. Meet some of the biggest members of the ferocious feline world while here, from Golden Tabby Tigers to the extremely rare Liger.
With its number one aim being conservation, T.I.G.E.R.S is extremely educational in the ecological sense. You will find opportunities for interactive workshop involvement, up close and personal animal encounters, and perhaps most popularly, a trek around the park known as the Wild Encounters Tour. This tour lasts 3 hours and leaves daily (in-season, March to October) at 10 am, with no late exceptions. With this fantastic tour opportunity, you will be able to feed, observe, and play with various park animals such as the elephants, eagles, monkeys, and, of course, tigers. Other members of the cat family will be visited as well, the entire collection of species including Royal White Bengals, Ligers, Golden Tabby Tigers, and Bengals.