National Tiger Sanctuary

518 State Highway BB
417-587-3633

Mission:

We are... Dedicated to providing an educational facility to teach about environmental conditions that are effecting the Earth’s ecosystems. We do this through creating a safe and protected environment in which all ages can enjoy the delight of discovery. We exist to gain and share knowledge that will lead to solutions that benefit all species of life. We focus on big cats as examples of the beauty and diversity we need to preserve for the survival of our planet. We provide a safe, stress free, forever home for the animals.


Reviews

paige mitchell

Rating:
Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017

This place was absolutely amazing everyone there was so knowledgeable and informative without being over the top. I did the behind the scenes tour and they even let my friend and I stay an extra hour without charging us anything. I will definitely be going back you can tell that they truly love and care about the animals there

Curtis Lyons

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Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

This is a great place to visit / tour. Employees are very knowledgeable and takes the time to answer any questions you may have. We really enjoyed our time there. Would highly recommend it to everyone.

Debra Morton

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Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017

Very overpriced for what you get. Walking on rough terrain, guide really didnt have her facts straight and only saw about 8 cats in our $25 "tour." Drive a little further to Eureka Springs Arkansas and visit Turpentine Creek. Costs less and you see over 100 animals. That facility has been operating for over 25 years and they know what they are doing and are trying to stop the exotic animal trade by educating visitors to the abuse and neglect these animals suffer.

cher reynolds

Rating:
Saturday, June 3, 2017

The tour guide knew about the cats we were able to see. They are all in cages, of course, but you can still view and take pictures of them. Only gave it four stars because we were disappointed we didn't get to see more of the animals. They give the animals "days off" so you don't get to see all of them and you don't know which ones you will be seeing. The animals were beautiful and healthy. The sanctuary also provides scooters for the disabled, which was very beneficial to me. Overall, it was enjoyable and educational. Would recommend it.

Karen Myers

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Monday, Oct. 9, 2017

This was a very educational and informative look at tigers. I highly recommend this adventure for young and old alike. The staff was very knowledgeable about their animals and passionate about their mission.