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The school organized a visit and, even though it is sad to hear all the stories around these animals, it is still captivating to rob a glimpse of them. Very serene experience. The kids were thrilled and we learned a lot. Supporting a good cause...More
We went on the twilight tour (adults only) and learned so much. Not only were the cats beautiful to see but we learned a lot about the humane treatment of wild animals. We each animal’s personal story and lots of anecdotes kept the tour interesting....More
Morning tour. Excellent docent well paced with interesting information. Parents didn't control their children very well. I wonder if appropriate to allow infants in strollers on the tour. I know that this is a difficult issue for any such attraction and I did discuss with...More
This is far better than any zoo that I have visited. The guides are superb and know a great deal about each of the wonderful animals. The enthusiasm shown by the staff is catching and was a large factor in my wife and I deciding...More
The staff and the volunteers @ Car. Rescue are trying to do a much needed job and I recognize that they do what they can with the resources that they have. The tigers and other animals are, in fact, rescued from difficult situations and are...More
I purchased four tickets to the Tiger Rescue for Mother's Day, many months in advance. We drove the two and a half hours from Wilmington to go to what I thought was a 1:00 tour. Well, when we arrived I realized (after giving my confirmation...More
We met several friends here to experience to Carolina Tiger rescue. We had heard a lot about it, but never visited. Order your tickets online and arrive 15 minutes early so you can register and sign all the waivers. They start with a short presentation...More
I've been going to the Carolina Tiger Rescue for many years now and there are just some of the animals still around from when I started. But many new rescues have been taken in over the years.
Tickets are purchased in advance and are $21.40...More
As a family of five, this was not an inexpensive outing but we'd always heard about it (their fundraising events and collection of Christmas trees for giant cat toys) so we went when school was out in January. Even though it was very cold, we...More
Response from LillyKate3 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure of the difference. We took a regular day tour and were very happy with what we were shown and the information given. You can call or email the organization and ask what each tour offers to compare what would... More
I am not sure of the difference. We took a regular day tour and were very happy with what we were shown and the information given. You can call or email the organization and ask what each tour offers to compare what would work best for you.
Response from ncaronna7 | Reviewed this property |
They offer "twilight" evening tours which is limited vs. general "public" tours during daytime since cats are more active at night and when cooler temps. Can always call to ask more specific questions, but friends that have... More
They offer "twilight" evening tours which is limited vs. general "public" tours during daytime since cats are more active at night and when cooler temps. Can always call to ask more specific questions, but friends that have gone both time slots said the twilight is best; of course, we only only went once and during daytime....