- 99 Ratings
Big Cat Encounter in Central Florida
Get an inside look at how big cats live during a guided encounter. Hit up the Florida animal reserve with a professional and get all your questions answered.
What You Will Do
- Head out on a guided adventure at a local animal reserve, getting a proximity to large, exotic cats
- Get a chance to meet lions, tigers, leopards, and cougars; all close enough for them to examine you
- Hear about the organization and learn how the big cats are taken care of in this reserve
- Have fun with like-minded enthusiasts and experts who will provide you plenty of insider stories about these massive felines
- Guided big cat encounter
- 99 Ratings
Love the care you are providing for the big cats. Well-narrated , interesting and informative tour.
The big cats rescue preserve is a wonderful undertaking and the animals all look well cared for and content. It was very warm the day we went and it would be more comfortable if there was a little more shade for the participants and this is only February! I can’t imagine how it would be in the summer time. But all in all a great experience and Kelly was phenomenal!
The guided tour was great. The volunteers were so knowledgeable, very concerned about the animals, and answered any and all questions we had. Cages are large, animals had play things in each cage and everything was very, very clean . This is s super experience for the whole family.
The depth and knowledge of Dr Simba was great during the tour. I liked the small size of the group too. Loved the look of the new facilities and the cats looked well cared for.
Beautiful set up for those Amazing Cats. All involved should be very proud.
Visit was great. It was also great to see how well your animals were cared for.
We really enjoyed seeing the beautiful cats. We were unfortunately at the end of long group, and were constantly admonished for not "keeping up" with the group. We were trying to get our opportunity to get our pictures, but since there was no where for the guests in the beginning of the tour to go ( and still remain on the designated path as we were specifically instructed to do), those of us at the end of the line had to wait our turn for the line to proceed forward and out of our way to snap our pictures. At this time, the Tour Guide would yell out to us to "Keep Up", further frustrating us as we were on the designated path, but weren't allowed to get our turn to take pictures!! A solution could be, after the Tour Guide makes her specific presentation for the cat, ask the group to move forward, to allow room for the people left at the end of the line to get their pictures.