Myrtle Beach, SC
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4898 Highway 17 S
North Myrtle Beach , SC 29577
The Myrtle Beach Safari wild encounters tour is fully accredited by the ZAA, The Zoological Association of America. This tour is a guided walk through our fifty acre preserve just 17 miles south of Barefoot Landing, this tour is like nothing else on earth, it's like attending an exclusive garden party or visiting a luxury spa; you are going on a life changing adventure where you can 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. The tours support the RSF: Rare Species Fund
The RSF was established to provide funding to critical on the ground international wildlife conservation programs, thereby complimenting the educational messages and field research of T.I.G.E.R.S. (RSF) is a grassroots organization that provides financial support and practical training to on-site wildlife conservation initiatives. This direct-to-end-user approach places RSF among the world’s most effective conservation agencies. The RSF contributes to those efforts that have shown themselves to be the most viable in real-world conservation of wildlife species populations.
By putting essential money and equipment directly into the hands of people implementing the programs, RSF ensures the greatest value for every dollar spent.
RSF also works closely with carious state, federal, and international agencies to help develop sound governmental policies pertaining to conserving and protecting the world’s wildlife. By assuring sustained funding for long-term research and conservation projects, RSF optimizes the prospects for preserving endangered species; for releasing captive animals into suitable, protected habitats; and for expanding awareness of the ties between humans and the natural world.