Tours are available every Monday, and every second Saturday and Sunday.
The tours will include discussion about Canada's current industrialised farming practices, storytelling about the Sanctuary animals' history, and interaction with the animals who are comfortable with people. Many of the animals at the Sanctuary are here because they were unwanted, neglected, abused, or seized by the SPCA. Due to these circumstances we must ensure their boundaries are respected at all times so everyone on the tour must follow clear instructions at all times.
Please ensure you do not have any food on your person and any water you bring must be in a stainless steal or plastic container. Children are welcome but they must be well behaved and listen to instructions. No running, chasing, or yelling is permitted as it scares the animals. Young children will not be able to go into the pens for their and the animal's safety.
What is the cost of the tour?
$20 for adults and teenagers, $10 for children 3 to 12 years old, and children under 3 are free.
How long is the tour?
The tour is typically 1.5 to 2 hours long.
What is the address?
We are located about 12 minutes from downtown Duncan at 4380 Inwood Creek Road.
What days are available for tours?
Tours are by appointment only and they are typically held on Mondays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Please scroll to the top of the page to purchase your tickets. Click on the "Tour Ticket" button at the top of the page to see dates and times available.
Can we book a private tour?
Yes, private tours can be booked by emailing Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $100 for 2 people and then $20 for each additional adult and $10 for each child. Please include a few dates and times in your email that work with your schedule.
Can I bring treats for the animals?
Yes, but only vegetables and fruit. Please do not bring pitted fruit, onions, avocado, citrus, cabbage, asparagus, rhubarb, potatoes, or garlic.
Can I bring a companion animal?
Unfortunately no, for the safety of your animal and the animals at the Sanctuary.
Can I bring a service animal?
Possibly, but this must be discussed prior to your visit by contacting us at email@example.com.
What should I wear?
Clothing that you don't mind getting dirty, a hat, sunscreen, and closed toe shoes.
Can I bring food to eat?
Yes, but out of respect of the animals we care for, you can only bring food that is plant based (vegan) so no meat, dairy, honey etc. Please ensure no food is brought into the animal pens.
Is there a bathroom?
Yes, we have a compostable toilet available for visitor use, but it is not wheelchair accessible.
Is the Sanctuary accessible by wheelchair?
Some, but not all areas and it may be a bit bumpy. We do not a wheelchair accessible bathroom.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email Michelle at at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Us 4380 Inwood Creek Rd Duncan BC V9L 6H2 Canada
email@example.com Text or Call: 604-512-8362
A Home for Hooves Farm Sanctuary Foundation | Charitable Organisation Registration # 791696313 RR 0001
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