White Oak Tours
Our in-depth conservation tours will bring you face-to-face with the animals and people of White Oak’s conservation programs. The tours are led by wildlife experts who introduce guests to our conservation programs, facilities, and some of the more than 30 species who call White Oak home, including rhino, cheetah, giraffe, and okapi. Step onboard our open-air vans or trolleys to experience White Oak with all of your senses. You will realize something that many of us here at White Oak already know: White Oak is a special place!
*Elephants are not currently viewable during tours, as they are acclimating to their new habitats. Thank you for understanding. *
- Currently, tours are available by reservation only. Please contact us for pricing.
- Lunch is not included but can be ordered at the time of reservation for an additional cost.
- Reservations and prepayment are required.
- Please call 904-225-3396 or email WOInfo@white-oak.org after hours, on weekends, and holidays for a quicker response. Calls will be returned the next business day.
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Things to know before your visit:
White Oak is a functioning conservation facility devoted to the care and preservation of imperiled species. Thus, we cannot guarantee access or interactions with any specific species during tours or events.
Timing and Weather
Times and days of these tours and events are subject to change. Northeast Florida experiences abrupt changes in weather, especially during the summer months. We make every effort to reschedule experiences prior to predicted inclement weather, but we cannot offer refunds for experiences truncated or otherwise affected by the weather.
What to Bring
All experiences occur outside across our over 17,000 acres of upland forests and wetlands. Appropriate outdoor clothing, insect repellent, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a refillable water bottle are recommended for all experiences. Photo opportunities abound, so be sure and bring your camera.