Press Releases

Press Releases

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

Elephant and dog are best friends
Myrtle Beach, SC

Bubbles the elephant and Bella the dog are the very best of friends. The unlikely pair lives together at the Myrtle Beach Safari in South Carolina and can often be seen walking, playing and splashing together on the 50-acre preserve. ...Read More

Where the Wild Things Are: The Myrtle Beach Safari at T.I.G.E.R.S.
Myrtle Beach, SC

Our visit to the Myrtle Beach Safari ended with an orangutan hug. My husband, kids and I, along with about 50 other people on the Myrtle Beach Safari program, were lined up along the edges of a pergola, watching an orangutan swinging along the sides. When she got to my 10-year-old son, she stopped midswing and dangled by one arm ...Read More

Myrtle Beach Safari Lets You Get Your Close Up with Celebrity Animals
Myrtle Beach, SC

If you’ve ever wondered where the animals you see on TV and movies live when they're not on set, or even how they learn to “act”, look no further than Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This tourist destination, known mainly for its sunny weather and crowded beaches, is also home to Tigers Preservation Station and Safari (T.I.G.E.R.S) a safari for celebrity animals. ...Read More

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