The Amur Tiger is one of the most magnificent and awe-inspiring animals in the world. Also known as the Siberian Tiger, this majestic creature is the largest of all big cats. Unfortunately, the Amur Tiger is also one of the most endangered species on the planet. With only around 500 individuals left in the wild.
At Chessington, visitors have the unique opportunity to see these incredible animals up close and personal in a specially designed-habitat. The Land of the Tiger area is an immersive experience that transports guests to the Far East. Where they can observe these magnificent creatures in a safe and controlled environment.
One of the most impressive features of the Land of the Tiger area. Is a unique approach to the tiger habitat. Instead of traditional enclosures, the area features bridges that cross over the paths of the guests. Allowing the tigers to walk right above them. This European-first approach provides an incredible opportunity to see these tigers in action. As they roam, play and interact with one another.
The Land of the Tiger area is also home to the Tiger Rock log flume ride. Which provides an exciting and adventurous way to observe the tigers. Riders can enjoy the thrilling water ride while getting a close-up view of the tigers. Thanks to specially designed windows that provide a clear view of their habitat.
At Chessington World of Adventures, the Amur Tigers are more than just an attraction – they are ambassadors for their species. The park is committed to conservation efforts that support the protection and preservation of these endangered animals in the wild. Through education and outreach, Chessington World of Adventures is helping to raise awareness of the plight of the Amur Tigers. Inspiring visitors to take action to support their conservation.