are available on a limited basis
by appointment only,
with strict COVID protocols in place.
To book a visit call: 604-531-1100 or
Meet and learn about our animals via Zoom
or an in-person presentation.
To find out more call: 604-531-1100 or
Welcome to Urban Sarfari
Urban Safari Rescue Society is home to over 350 rescued exotic animals. Come visit us or we’ll visit you and learn:
What animal eats its own skin after molting? (Leopard Gecko)
What insect stands on its toes to show off? (Hissing Cockroach)
Where guinea pigs come from? (Not Guinea!)
What animal stays up for up to 20 hours a day? (Guinea Pigs)
What animal will wave to a familiar face? (Bearded Dragons)
How far a sugar glider can glide? (150 feet)
Ready for an adventure into the animal kingdom? Our facility houses over 350 exotic rescued animals who would love to meet you. Never seen a snake up close and personal? – guess what? – they’re not slimey! We have turtles, tortoises, geckos, bearded dragons, iguanas, frogs, ferrets, rabbits and many more species.
Please note: due to Covid advanced booking is required.
Or We’ll Visit You
Let us bring a few of our favourite friends to your school, community group or a private party. In terms of schools, we offer the most talked about in-school field trips full of interactive learning based on the curriculum for your students. No matter who you are, our animal education presentations will capture the attention, delight and inspire your classes, community and friends.
Please note: due to Covid presentations can only be held in large indoor spaces and the participants must remain 6 feet away from the presenters at all times.
TO RESCUE, care for, and maintain the health of rescued exotic pets and other animals.
TO EDUCATE children and adults about various animal species and the importance of all animals to our environment, the need for conservation, and the responsibilities that come with exotic animal ownership.
TO PROVIDE public awareness of worldwide animal conservation efforts and encourage people to take an active role in those efforts.
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