Tanganyika Wildlife Park is accredited by the Zoological Association of America and passionately believes they have a responsibility to be stewards for animals in their care and the wild (in-situ), so they strive to strengthen the connection between people and the natural world by providing REAL experiences that are entertaining and educational.
The Park has been operating for more than 30 years, and first opened to the public August 2, 2008.Tanganyika’s primary goal isthe conservation of animals. The Park contains some of the most rare and endangered species in the world, and gives guests unique ways to learn and interact with some of these species, in order encourage stewardship and education. The Park is dedicated to helping visitors improve their connection with the wonders of the animal world and to be one of the premier facilities for breeding endangered species.
Tanganyika Wildlife Park is well known as one of the most successful and prolific breeding facilities for big cats in the world, with the goal of species conservation. Prior to the 2016 litter of cheetahs, the first born in Kansas, eight different cat species had been bred at the Park, including clouded leopards, lynx, snow leopards, caracals, Bengal tigers, jaguars, Amur leopards, and servals.
Tanganyika is known for providing visitors the opportunity to observe species unique to the area, interact with endangered species and enjoy the natural and stunning environment around them.
Below is a list of the In-situ Projects we support:
Help to fight rhino poaching!
Help stop farmers from killing cheetahs!
Work to help save lions, leopards, wild dogs & hyenas!
Save mandrills in the forests of Gabon!
Preserve the forests of Borneo & Sumatra to save gibbons and siamangs!
Save and Rehabilitate African Penguins and more!
Assist with Okapi conservation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo!
Bring awareness to silent decrease in the giraffe populations!