For tiger lovers throughout the region, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is offering breakfast with its Sumatran tigers every Saturday morning through Aug. 16.

The new dining experience is also an opportunity to view the tigers in their yards and speak with a tiger keeper, who will be on hand during the breakfast to share stories about the large cats. The keeper will invite one of the park’s six tigers over during the breakfast to demonstrate a training session.

The event features a traditional American hot breakfast in the Tull Family Tiger Trail’s Sambutan Longhouse between 8 and 9 a.m., before the Safari Park opens to the public.

After the breakfast, guests can explore Tiger Trail and the rest of the Safari Park at their leisure. Tickets are $45 for breakfast; park admission is sold separately.

The recently opened Tiger Trail is a 5.2-acre forested habitat. It offers up-close views of the tigers and highlights conservation efforts for the species.

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