Private Tours

Forget what you’ve been told about wolves

come and find out for yourself!

Wolves have fascinated people for generations. They are mysterious, mythical, and have captured people’s interest and fears to the point that the wolf is one of the most misunderstood creatures in the world.

Instinct trainer Sally Jo is our dedicated tour guide. Having helped raise most of the wolves you will see, she knows all the candid stories as well as enough facts to keep you educated. Known for her bright smile and bubbly personality, you are guaranteed a fun, informative and entertaining visit with the wolves.

A customized experience

catered to your comfort and curiosity

ARE YOU THE WOLF LOVER WHO IS JUST CURIOUS ABOUT WOLVES BUT HAS NEVER HAD A CHANCE MEET ONE? PERHAPS YOU ARE SOMEONE WHO’S ONLY EVER HEARD BAD THINGS ABOUT WOLVES AND IS AFRAID OF THEM. WE CAN MAKE THE INTRODUCTION TO THE WOLF WORLD FUN AND SAFE FOR YOU.

Just like people, every wolf is different and each one has their own unique personality. So however you feel about wolves, we are sure there is one here to fit your needs.

Get a once in a lifetime experience

Interact with the wolves on your own terms.

You can meet the wolves on your terms and at your comfort level. You can look from afar, or if you are feeling relaxed and ready for a life-changing encounter, we can let you meet the wolves, perhaps give them treats or maybe even take them for a walk!

Maybe you want to surprise a family member or friend with a special and rare opportunity to meet a wolf up close and personal. Or perhaps you are just curious about what goes on at Instinct and you want to meet the people and animals behind the scenes. Whatever your reasons, we are always willing to accommodate interested parties, when our filming schedule allows.

The wolves you will meet mean the world to me. I have given up many things for them, and they have done the same for me. I hope the work I do will help to change people's negative beliefs about wolves and show the true nature of these wonderful animals.

- Andrew Simpson