T.I.G.E.R.S Preservation Station is a must see!
The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species or T.I.G.E.R.S might be the neatest thing you’ll experience on the Grand Strand. The free living tiger exhibit in North Myrtle Beach offers visitors the chance to see beautiful and rare tigers in the comfort of peaceful surroundings. They have plenty of room to play, roam and grow. In fact, the baby tiger cubs there grow half a pound to a pound a day!
You can actually come face to face with a 500 lb. adult tiger and see for yourself how majestic these creatures are and why they need our help. Some of the tigers at the preservation are REALLY rare like the Golden Tabby Tiger and the Royal White Bengal Tiger. For a fee that goes to the foundation you can even have a photo session with a tiger cub plopped in your lap or a young ape clamoring for your attention.
It’s quite the experience of a lifetime to play with a tiger cub in the morning, walk on the gorgeous beaches of the Grand Strand and then dream about doing it all over again in the comfort of a North Myrtle Beach condo
or North Myrtle Beach vacation rental.
Monday, August 13, 2012