What You'll Get
Robert Frost could have used a local guide when he decided to take the road less traveled by, as he discovered only too late that it was patrolled by feral park rangers. Learn how a tour guide makes all the difference with this Groupon.
$14 for One Ticket to a Two-Hour Guided Public Tour ($28 Value)
In addition to admission to a public tour featuring endangered and exotic creatures, visitors also choose between a wall calendar or a set of two pint glasses as a parting gift. Groupon customers may choose to upgrade to a specialty tour offered during the holiday season, and can visit the Conservators' Center website for additional information.
Conservators' Center's rates fluctuate for children, members of the military, and students. Children younger than 2 are free, but no strollers are permitted onsite.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 16, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required or a fee up to half of the Groupon price may apply. No strollers allowed on tours. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather conditions. Waiver must have legal guardian's signature for those under 18. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Conservators Center
The seasoned tour guides at the Conservators Center, a nonprofit censervancy in Burlington, North Carolina, have had their fair share of animal adventures. It is these that help them provide guests with once-in-a-lifetime experiences with 20 different species of exotic wildlife, including more than 20 lions, tigers, and leopards.
Guided Tours allow guests to reconnect with wildlife by showing them up close and personal, and bring customers unique experiences, such as eye-to-eye experiences with tigers, and an "oofing", the Center's description for the earth-shaking lion's roar when they call to one another. On every tour, guides will "oof" to the lions, who often respond. Visitors will also get to observe wolves romping through the woods, and the discovery of lesser-known species such as servals and binturongs.