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Beginning in 1972 after filming a couple of movies with wild cats in Africa and formally created in the 1983, Tippi Hedren has created the Roar Foundation, which supports Shambala Preserve. The approximately 40 acre property in Acton, CA (about 50 miles north of Los...More
Really a “unique” place to visit!! If lions and tigers and bears are your thing this is the place to go! Tippy Hedren was the star of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ And she’s made its her life‘s work to help those animals who have been...More
We had a great visit to Shambala! Reservation book out at least a month prior to your visit as they are not open to the public every weekend so you must book early. The big cats are in large enclosures unlike any zoo.
When I visited Shambala for an afternoon Safari tour, I was pleased to see the wild cats were housed in large enclosures (and not small enclosures).
The surroundings were peaceful, green, well-maintained and clean. I wore tennis shoes for walking, and brought a packed lunch...More
We had a private tour of Shambala with some friends who are very involved in the Sanctuary. Our guide Chris was amazing. He was so informative of all the animals and their habits. The animals were so beautiful and to be that close to them...More
My daughter (22) and I visited Shambala this past Sunday, it was my Christmas gift to her. When we first arrived, we were a little concerned, because all of the cats seemed to be sleeping in their boxes. But we were happily surprised to see...More
Response from Victoria P | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I believe they can. It is not paved everywhere but flat for the most part. I would call them and confirm. You have to make a reservation anyway. They have tours on certain weekends for the public throughout the year. It... More
Yes, I believe they can. It is not paved everywhere but flat for the most part. I would call them and confirm. You have to make a reservation anyway. They have tours on certain weekends for the public throughout the year. It is a very worthwhile experience.