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Come see why we were Voted 2008 top three destinations for children in Oklahoma! Tiger Safari is located just 20 minutes south west of OKC. We're located on 45 acres just two miles east of Tuttle off Highway 37. Tiger Safari is a not for profit interactive zoological park and we strive to give the animals which reside at Tiger Safari the utmost quality in care. We currently have 54 knowledgeable volunteers and staff. We are here to assist you and your loved ones in having one of the best times of your life. Come join us and hold some of our many baby animals from baby lemurs, baby red kangaroo, baby wallaby, baby fennec foxes and last but not least see our two baby white tiger cubs! Over 135 animals reside at Tiger Safari ranging from small reptiles to large felines and bears in our park. Tiger Safari has some of the rarest cats in Oklahoma: Barbary lion, Royal white tiger, and a Royal Golden Tabby tiger, the rarest tiger in the world. Come feed Rajah, our Siberian Tiger! Witness the exceptional personalities of our many exotic birds and if that's not enough come surf one of our amazing sulcatta tortoises! Come soak in the tranquility of the park by being a Tiger Safari camper, get a late night hay ride, sleep under the stars and bask in the beauty of our exceptional animals at night. Come and check us out, you will not be disappointed! Come see for yourself why Tiger Safari is so unique.

Check out our New Sundowner Tours: After arriving at the park the guests gathered for refreshments. The staff brought out a baby lemur, kangaroo, fennec foxes, tropical birds, an alligator and much more. Everyone had a great time. After a hands on intereaction with the animals, the guests then enjoyed a guided tour through the park including participating in the Tiger Feeding Station, Bear Feeding Station, Petting Zoo and more. You will have to come see for yourself why the Sundowner Safari tour is a unique and awesome adventure. After your tour your photos will be posted on the site as well.

visit our web site's at www.tigersafari.us or www.myspace.com/tigersafari. Additional contact number: (405) 414-9365

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