Charlotte September 01, 2017
Not Many Know About This Exotic Animal Sanctuary Near Charlotte
If you are looking for a fun and educational activity for the whole family this holiday weekend, then pack up the car and take a trip to Tiger World in Rockwell! Only a 45 minute drive from Charlotte, Tiger World will be unlike any family outing you have ever had, and both kids and adults will love it!
Tiger World Endangered Wildlife Preserve is a magical place near Charlotte where you can go to see some of the most protected species in America.
Tiger World is different from your average zoo, because their mission is to ensure that endangered animals have a safe, protected home that will help prevent their species from facing extinction.
When you visit Tiger World, you will be able to see many exotic animals in areas build to mimic their natural environment.
You will also learn about what it takes to keep these animals safe and how you can help preservation efforts in your area.
There are grown tigers and tiger cubs on the property.
If you are lucky, you may get a glimpse of a whole tiger family.
Tiger World offers visitors educational guided tours...
...or you can take your own self-guided tour.
There are also tons of hands-on activities that you can participate in that will help you learn about the conservation and preservation of endangered species.
You won't just find tigers at Tiger World.
The park hosts many kinds of threatened animal, like this beautiful peacock proudly displaying his colors.
The park is home to several North American species as well.
This is Luna, an Arctic Wolf. She pals around with a pack of Timberwolves.
You might get to see one of the park's massive brown bears.
They often are out foraging for food or enjoying splashing in the water in their enclosure.
The White Bengal Tiger likes to play in the water too!
A Barbary lion named Tanner also lives at Tiger World.
His species is extinct in the wild, and he would be unable to survive outside of captivity.
You might see a few black leopards cozying up for an afternoon nap.
If you are lucky, you might spot the their cousin - a Spotted Leopard - out for a stroll.
A primitave Mandrill normally found in tropical rain forests also lives at Tiger World.
His species is endangered and there are not many Mandrills left out in wild.
Sydney the wallaroo is one of the Australian species that lives at the park.
There are also kangaroos, wallabies, and emus from down under.
Tiger World is a fantastic place that brings together endangered animals and the people who want to protect them.
If you and your family are animal lovers who want to learn more about these amazing creatures, you must visit Tiger World as soon as you can!
Tiger World Endangered Wildlife Preserve is located at 4400 Cook Rd., Rockwell, NC 28138.
You can learn more about the Wildlife Preserve and the wonderful education and conservation work that they do to protect endangered animals around the world on their
Have you been to Tiger World? What was your favorite animal attraction?