Press Releases

Press Releases

South Carolina General Assembly Passes Wildlife Legislation
Myrtle Beach, SC

The South Carolina General Assembly has passed wildlife legislation designed to protect the public, critical conservation efforts, and the welfare of vulnerable, threatened, and endangered species. ...Read More

Tigers Myrtle Beach Season Opens With a Roar
Myrtle Beach, SC

TIGERS Myrtle Beach Safari welcomed March in like a liger, with the grand opening of its 34th season March 4, 2017. ...Read More

TIGERS Myrtle Beach Safari announces exclusive partnership
New partnership includes four major lodging groups in Myrtle Beach

TIGERS Myrtle Beach Safari is teaming up with several Myrtle Beach lodging partners to offer an additional way for visitors to book and experience its Wild Encounters Tours. ...Read More

House Bill 3531 – Media Statement
Myrtle Beach, SC

In response to legislation sponsored by S.C. State Representatives Crawford, Clemmons, Fry, Duckworth, Hixon, Hardee, and V.S. Moss regarding Big Cats, Non-Native Bears and Great Apes (H3531), Doc Antle, founder and director of TIGERS Myrtle Beach Safari, issued the following statement: ...Read More

A Walk on the Wild Side of Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach, SC

Adventure-seekers no longer have to go to the continent of Africa for a wildlife safari. Myrtle Beach Safari is a Myrtle Beach, SC adventure walk through 50-acre preserve with tigers, wolves, leopards, chimpanzees, orangutans, an African elephant, great apes, eagles, a liger and uncommon binturongs. A slow and leisurely walk about the Preserve allows guests to see animals up-cl ...Read More

A day at T.I.G.E.R.S. – Myrtle Beach Safari
Myrtle Beach, SC

Today I am waiting in what looks like a barren dirt driveway for the promise of a unique adventure. My sister Colleen and I are just outside of the The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (T.I.G.E.R.S) – Myrtle Beach Safari and a large ominous gate keeps us from viewing what waits on the other side. ...Read More

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