How much does it cost to get in Tiger World?

It is $20 per person and all ages are welcomed.

Where can I see tigers in NC?

Tiger World Endangered Wildlife Preserve is a nonprofit animal conservation and educational center dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and preservation of exotic animals. We are open to the public for educational guided tours and walkabout self-guided tours in Rockwell, NC. Tiger World is a different kind of Zoo.

Are there tigers at NC Zoo?

Tigers, red pandas and kangaroos will all be coming soon to the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro. The Zoo is working on their biggest expansion in the decades.

Who is the owner of Tiger World?

“We were all surprised,” said Lea Jaunakais, owner of Tiger World.

Can you pet animals at Tiger World?

The encounters are 10 minutes for up to 4 people and it may incorporate petting, feeding, holding, and playing. During your encounter, our professional Animal Care team will teach you interesting facts about the unique animal you are interacting with. You are allowed to take pictures during your encounter.

Does Tiger world have food?

You’ll find items like fresh fruit juices, protein shakes, protein bars, soy milk, organic yogurt, granola bars, cereal bars, baked chips, baked crackers and more.

What big cats are in North Carolina?

The bobcat is the only wild cat found in North Carolina. Because the bobcat population is abundant, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) authorizes a sustainable hunting and trapping season in all regions of the state.

Does Asheboro zoo have tigers?

What is the food of Tiger?

Tigers mainly eat sambar deer, wild pigs, water buffalo and antelope. Old and injured tigers have been known to attack domestic cattle and people.

What animals does Tiger world have?

Lions, Tigers, and Baboons, Oh My! Tiger World has a wide array of exotic animals including birds and reptiles from Africa, Asia, Australia, and North/South America. Many of these beautiful creatures are either endangered species or extinct species from the wild.