This Conservation Center Offers Sleepovers For Guests Wanting To Spend The Night With Sloths

March 23, 2017

The Zoological Wildlife Conservation Center in Rainier, Oregon, offers a unique program for sloth admirers called the "sloth sleepover."

This slumber party lets participants hang out with sloths inside their colony habitats at the center, which is dedicated to rescuing sloths.

sloth sleepover
Zoological Wildlife Conservation Center

Guests willing to pay $600 for a double-occupancy booking slot will get to observe and interact with sloths between 8 p.m. and 7:30 a.m.

The website reads:

"Guests will observe natural behaviors and interact with a colony of Sloths during the activity bouts of their naturally most "active" time of day. When the sloths are napping guests can read, relax and even nap themselves if they wish, INSIDE one of our sloth ambassador colony habitats."

sloth sleepover
Zoological Wildlife Conservation Center

Visitors who aren't interested in staying overnight can book a "feed and pet" educational encounter with the sloths for $100 per person.

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