Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carolina Tiger Rescue has continued to make changes to our procedures for our volunteers and our guests. Beginning Monday, June 21, masks will no longer be required along the tour path for tour guests, although guests may continue to wear them should they wish. Masks WILL be required in the gift shop, so be sure to bring one with you for your tour. Masks must cover your nose and mouth and pass the “flame test.” Thank you for your understanding and patience as we continue to make safety our number one priority!
Tours at Carolina Tiger Rescue are all pre-arranged. We cannot accommodate walk-in visitors. You may choose from one of our regularly scheduled daytime public tours, an early evening twilight tour, or make an advance reservation for a private tour. Each tour is guided and you will be walking the gravel tour path.
There are several things we want you to know before you book your visit to Carolina Tiger Rescue. Please read the information below before purchasing tickets.
Things to know before your visit...
If a minor child is not coming with their parent, a Combined Minor Release Form must be filled out by their parent and brought in at the time of your tour.
What about the Weather?
All tours go out rain or shine. In the event of an extreme weather event, Carolina Tiger Rescue will contact guests if we need to cancel.
Can I take pictures?
Photos may be taken during your tour after a visitor release has been signed.
Is the sanctuary accessible to those with disabilities?
The Education Center is wheelchair accessible. However, the gravel and grass paths may not be as wheelchair friendly. If you have accessibility issues, please call 919-542-4684 to make arrangements.
How do I get to the sanctuary?
GPS may not provide accurate directions to our location. We recommend using the directions from our website to ensure you get here successfully.
Can I bring my pet to the sanctuary?
We do not allow outside animals anywhere on the property. Please leave your pets at home.