Act now to secure your spot to experience Shambala, an opportunity that doesn’t come around often! Shambala Preserve is a 60-acre re-creation of an African wildlife habitat created by actress Tippi Hedren on the same site she filmed the movie Roar. The preserve spans beautiful hillsides and habitats above a river in the San Gabriel Mountains and is home to over 65 big cats who are living out their lives after being abandoned by humans. Knowledgeable guides will lead you on a one-hour walking tour of the compound so that you can get “up close and personal” with these magnificent creatures, that oftentimes includes African lions, Bengal and Siberian tigers, black and spotted leopards, servals and mountain lions. Bring a lunch in a bag or small cooler (clearly labeled with your name) which will be stored for you and enjoyed at Shambala at the conclusion of the walking tour (as an additional lunch stop will not be made after the tour). Shambala highly recommends all guests wear pants (no shorts or skirts), dress in cool layers and bring a hat and water! The walking tour is over uneven terrain and therefore appropriate footwear is very important. Minimum age is 18 years old.
To ensure a healthy and enjoyable travel experience for our guests, this tour will operate with additional health & wellness measures in place.
Visit our Departure Points page for more details on each location.
|LHS – Laguna Hills Mall Southeast Parking Lot
|FV – Fountain Valley at the Good Times Travel office
|LBCC-O – Long Beach City College Lot "O"
*Please arrive 15 minutes prior to listed departure time
**Return time is approximate and dependent on your drop-off location and traffic
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