PRIVATE TOURS | Indraloka Animal Sanctuary

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For All Events And Tours At Our Sanctuary:

*Registration is required!


Click on the registration button located on each individual event page.


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Private Cuddle Tours are a unique, customized way to visit the animals at Indraloka up close. 

For $200, your tour can be scheduled for a day and time of your choosing (as long as we have an available tour guide) and can accommodate up to 6 in-person guests and unlimited virtual guests. 

Each tour lasts approximately 90 minutes.

People interacting with a cow during a Private Tour

During your tour, you will walk the beautiful sanctuary grounds, have the chance to step inside the brand new, state-of-the-art barns, and meet the beloved animals who call Indraloka home.

Tours can be customized for your group, too- if you want more time with Sandy the Alpaca, we will spend more time with her- if she is up for a visit, of course! We know you care about the animals as much as we do.  Your dollars will go right back to helping the animals you meet during your visit!

Each tour is unique and can be done 100% virtually. 

Rescued Alpaca Sandy

FAQs for Visits & Events

IMPORTANT: Unscheduled visitors will not be able to enter the sanctuary! We thank you for your understanding.

Unfortunately, we are not equipped to welcome guests without advanced scheduling.  Our staff is small and we do not have the resources to maintain regular hours of operation where we are open to the public.

We have a very strict policy on outside food for several reasons.  We are a plant-based/vegan organization and do not allow any animal products on the property at any time.  This is out of respect for the animals and we ask all of our guests to honor this policy. 

If a guest is carrying any type of food with them while visiting the animals, it could easily be sniffed out and nibbled on.  Many of the animals are on special diets.  While they do enjoy treats, we have to be very careful about what they eat, closely monitoring them for any adverse reactions or interactions with medications. 

We love and respect all animals, including service, emotional support, and companion animals.  However, many of our animals may be frightened of them.

So, for the safety and comfort of our animals and guests, we have to ask that you please leave companion and emotional support animals at home. Fully trained service animals are permitted but must be haltered or on an appropriate leash and under your supervision at all times. 

Our visitors’ agreements help to make sure everyone understands what is expected. We completely understand if you’d prefer not to have photos taken and are happy to accommodate your request. Please notify us in advance via email HERE of your arrival so that we can have a paper copy of the waiver available for your signature

Unfortunately, without a signed waiver, you will not be able to participate in any of our programs.

Just like humans, the animals have unique and individual personalities. They don’t all get along with each other all of the time and some of them have been rescued from especially hard situations.

Not all of the animals enjoy visitors and some are understandably nervous around strangers and new friends. We always let the animals decide whether or not they want to visit and some of them have let us know definitively that they are NOT feeling sociable and that it’s best to love them from a distance.

In addition, some of the larger animals who love visitors very much are not always aware of their size. They can be very excited to visit with you and if you’re with a large group, it can be a challenge for our staff to monitor body language and keep everyone safe from accidents.

If there is a particular animal you’d like to spend time with more intimately, the best way is through one of our VIP tours. Small groups can usually be managed while visiting larger animals.

Absolutely!  Many of Indraloka’s visitors are not vegan.  While it is our hope that you will connect with the animals in our care and decide on your own not to eat them, it’s not a prerequisite for visiting.  Everyone is welcome.

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Here’s what’s included:

  • A dedicated tour guide for your group.  No other groups will join you on your tour.
  • An opportunity to enter the pastures of some of the animal groups.  This is not usually available on a public tour or our educational events.
  • A chance to snuggle sheep, give belly rubs to pigs and enjoy the warmth  of a chicken purring  your lap. 
    Of course, all of those are dependent on the animals being interested but many are usually very happy to have visitors.
  • Entrance to our art barn/gallery to view the portraits of many of Indraloka’s beloved animals, both past and present.  Stick around and visit our gift shop too.
  • A one-of-a-kind experience like no other that you’ll be talking about for years to come.

Here’s how it works:

1. Click on the button below to let us know you’re interested in scheduling a tour, including days and preferred times. 

A member of our staff will get back to you in 1-2 business days.

2. Click the button below to pay for your tour.

3. Have each member of your group sign a Visitor’s Agreement.

People visiting with two rescued cows outside a red barn

Please call our office at 
and we’ll do our best to accommodate you. 

No tours are given on Sundays, major holidays or during pre-scheduled events

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