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We at Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park believe that all living creatures are significant and must be treated with value and respect. Our passion, purpose and why we exist, is to provide hope and solutions to ensure the survival of wildlife and...more
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We did the behind the scenes tour and my family loved it. Being able to pet the baby cougar, holding the fennec fox and interacting and feeding the 2 kangaroos. My wife, 2 teenage girls and myself enjoyed every aspect of it. The trainer was...More
So much fun - better than Toronto zoo cause you see jungle cats close up. They are truly magnificent animals and with the feeding tour, hearing the stories, you can hear about their personalities - really educational and inspiring.
The animals we chose for “Behind The Scenes” visit were the tiger, wolf, and snake. It was a really great experience! Our guide was very friendly, informative, and told us all the safety procedures we should take with each animal. Me and my boyfriend learned...More
We went here on a very affordable Groupon deal and found this trip to be very worthwhile, mainly due to the feeding tour. The staff explains facts about each and every animal and their breeding program, and then you get to see the staff feeding...More
I am not sure why anyone would rate this place less than excellent. I have been visiting Jungle Cat in Orono for the last 7 years and all animals are very well taken care of and the staff is very knowledgeable and very accommodating. I...More
My spouse surprised me for my birthday with a night staying in the Jaguar Den and a Behind the Scenes the next morning. I can't tell you how much I loved every aspect of this. We arrived early and went on the feeding tour. Bailey,...More
I have been going to Jungle Cat World for a few years and have enjoyed each visit. The handlers and owners are special people who ensure that every guest has a memorable experience with each animal they interact with. Thank you for what you do....More
We spent the weekend in the B&B located in the Park.
Incredibly well decorated, fresh eggs in the fridge, full kitchen and the perfect view from the Balcony overlooking the Park.
Enjoy the sounds of the wolves, lions and tigers as you sit out and...More
Myself and 2 friends visited Jungle Cat World Nov 12th 2018 in the Behind the Scenes visit. We had Bailey guide us through the program where we had access to a personal visit with a tiger cub, a cougar cub and 2 timber wolves. We...More
Got the opportunity to get up and close and personal with a 10 week old tiger cub. Our kids loved the experience. Animals are well taken care of and you can sense the attention and love that is Given to all the animals in this...More
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When we were there, quite a few of the animals were pacing back and forth. BUT, it was almost time for the feeding tour and I’m sure they knew it. All of the animals looked healthy. On our Behind the Scenes tour, we had... More
When we were there, quite a few of the animals were pacing back and forth. BUT, it was almost time for the feeding tour and I’m sure they knew it. All of the animals looked healthy. On our Behind the Scenes tour, we had booked to see the red fox. Our guide suggested the fennel fox as it would be a better choice for our 4 year old grandson. It is a great place for smaller kids as it isn’t a huge place. We were there for approximately 3 hours (including the 1 hour Behind the Scenes) and saw everything. My grandson wants to go back, and we will definitely take him again.
Hello there. How are you? The feeding tour is free..... with the entrance price. If you want to do any of the behind the scenes or Safari Adventure you need to sign up before hand - I would say weeks before or even longer... More
Hello there. How are you? The feeding tour is free..... with the entrance price. If you want to do any of the behind the scenes or Safari Adventure you need to sign up before hand - I would say weeks before or even longer because they get booked up fast. Remember you have to sign wavers for the once in a life time experience. Do not forget to purchase a bag of food for 5 dollars to feed the goats and rabbits. Enjoy your stay. Love it all.!