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Need to Know: Preparing For Your Visit

Updated: Jun 25

Juda looking at the viewer while resting on a green grass and white flower background

We are so excited to see all of our friends again! Like many things, tours at Tiger Creek will look different post-Covid, but we're working hard to overhaul our guest experience. Read on to find out tips, tricks, and need-to-know information to make your visit to the Sanctuary memorable!

How it works:

  • Tickets - Your group must purchase and reserve your tour ahead of time. Visit our website at to begin the reservation process.

  • Bring - Water, sunscreen, hats, and other weather-appropriate items are necessities to help make your tour unforgettable. Summer in Texas is intense and heat exhaustion is real. We want everyone to be as safe as possible. 

  • Prepare - The Sanctuary offers walking tours only, so be sure you're feeling up to it! The tour is about a half-mile distance and takes a winding, paved path that climbs up and down hills. Comfortable clothes and shoes are important, as well as anything you may need for walking assistance. Strollers or wagons for children are recommended. 

  • Arrive - Be sure to have all members of your group arrive on time for your tour, or call at least 24 hours in advance to reschedule if something comes up. There are no refunds once tickets are purchased, and we do not offer rescheduling if you do not let us know about a conflict before your reserved timeslot. HINT: Call our office if there is forecasted bad weather, we may need to reschedule your visit for the safety of animals, staff, and you!

  • Parking - Our staff will meet your group at our entry gates. Upon entry, park in the designated parking area and make your way into the Visitors' Center to check in.

  • Enjoy! - Your guide will meet you at the Visitors' Center to begin your conservation journey.

We look forward to seeing you! The conservation of these incredible species goes hand-in-hand with educating our friends and guests.

See you soon!

Raja the tiger looking at the viewer while resting in the shade on green grass and red dirt


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