Experience an ethical wildlife animal weekend and make long-lasting memories with your family
The value is unbeatable and it will cost less than you think
Matt’s parents’ dream was to build a world-class breeding facility for rare and endangered animals. His parents, Jim and Sherri, built the first barn in 1985, and the home of Tanganyika Wildlife Park was established.
“As a kid, I grew up with some of the rarest animals in the world in my
backyard. It wasn’t a big deal to have giraffes and tigers. I took them for granted and even considered them a chore.” Matt said.
In 2000, the Fouts family started doing guided tours of the breeding facility. It was wildly successful (pun intended), so they decided to build a zoo from the ground up. On Aug 2, 2008, Tanganyika Wildlife Park officially opened with 15 exhibits and three interactive areas.
We appreciate your kind and honest feedback and invite you to visit our amazing wildlife park.
It is a one-of-a-kind animal experience that will give you and your family lifelong fantastic memories, such as…
Feeding AND touching exotic animals, swimming with the penguins, learning everything about the animals from our knowledgeable and friendly keepers, AND SO MUCH MORE.