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If you looking for the place where you can close up with real tiger( no drugs or sleeping) we are the answer! All tigers are well-look after from The man who recused them from being imported to oversea.
Never did I think I would have a rather large one year old tiger on my lap and feeding it warm milk from a bottle! There were several tiger keepers very close by monitoring the him which was reassuring. When the tiger stopping drinking, the...More
This place was amazing!
Many years ago, i worked with tigers in a zoo in America. I can honestly say that these tigers were happier and better cared for than the ones i worked with. All these tigers are born here (no "stealing from the...More
These animals aren’t drugged, mistreated and their cubs certainly aren’t taken from the wild.
What a wonderful experience. We started off watching the tigers interact with each other. They played and fought a little and then we went in. We were the first customers of...More
Please do not put your money into these kinds of organizations. A tiger shouldn't be taken away from their wild habitat and a tiger cub shouldn't be taken away from their mothers and weaned just for us to get like of a "cute" photo on...More
The place is clean and the tigers seem well taken care of. The price of the admission is reasonable, since feeding and taking care of tigers is not easy nor cheap!
We really enjoyed our tiger experience, and the tiger keepers were very patient and...More
We love this place. Tigers here are taken care properly. We saw many tigers (maybe about 20 of them). At the time when we arrived in the morning, we saw tigers being bathed and their cage being cleaned. Thereafter, tigers are released outside their cage....More
If you love and care about animals, but still looking for that animal interaction in Thailand; this is the place to visit! Not very crowded as it is not as well-known (If taking a taxi, have the address handy), which works out better for you...More
My 2nd time visiting and took my wife to see these amazing creatures. The place is super nice and it looks like they take care of the animals. Highly recommend taking the trip and spending the money to see these creatures.
Upon arriving, my heart rate increased by 70 beats per minute. I was beyond terrified. I have to say this place is amazing. First of all, the tigers are not chained. They are free. You can tell they are very well taken care of. The...More
After a three week trip around SE Asia, we ended our trip in Bangkok. Being able to interact with fully grown tigers was THE highlight of the trip. Certainly NOT something you would see in the US. There was no "release of liability" form to...More
Two things...One, I agree that in an ideal world all animals would live happy and free in the wild. And to be honest, that would be my wish for them too. However, that is not reality. Humans are destroying habitat faster... More
Two things...One, I agree that in an ideal world all animals would live happy and free in the wild. And to be honest, that would be my wish for them too. However, that is not reality. Humans are destroying habitat faster than ever and animals are going extinct at an unprecedented rate. We need places to protect animals and this is one of those places. Granted, this is not a five star hotel for these animals. I would have been happier if they had more space and things to keep them busy. But that wish is rarely even granted in (so-called) first world countries, let alone in Thailand.
Two, the animals here are not "rescued". They were all born in captivity and raised by hand. So even if you put them into the wild, they would all die quickly because none of them have the skills necessary to survive. Also, this place is not in Bangkok. It's a two hour drive outside of the city, away from the craziness that is Bangkok.
I understand that you are not a fan of this type of place. I'm guessing you also do not like zoos, aquariums or riding horses. And that is fine. But your fight should be against the corporations and governments who are deforesting the planet, causing pollution and destroying our planet, not against small places that are trying to teach people about what we are losing.
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I went with my own DSLR and tons of memory. There was no need for me to inquire about prints because I live in a digital world. Additionally, the framing studio I work with provide those services (along with framing) to... More
I went with my own DSLR and tons of memory. There was no need for me to inquire about prints because I live in a digital world. Additionally, the framing studio I work with provide those services (along with framing) to me.
I do not recall seeing them with their own DSLR or printouts. The one thing that stood out was the photographer turned into Ansel Adams: he took phenomenal photos with my camera. He also made adjustments to my camera, which led me to believe he knows a thing or two.
I’ve been to two other so called tiger sanctuaries. Poor pictures. Limited time. The others cannot hold a candle to this one. The length of time with the tigers coupled with the quality of photos was worth a lot more that the fee they charged (I paid for the full experience). In my eyes, the experience was a bargain.
I am going back to Thailand in October. I am so impressed, I am going back for a second session.
My suggestion is to contact them directly, asking if they have a DSLR camera and printing abilities. What I can tell you is you will have an excellent time. You will get amazing shots. They will make sure you have amazing shots (you can review them as he takes them).