Contact Us

Telephone: 416-554-1940

Email: info@creaturequest.ca

Mailing Address:

Creature Quest
PO Box 102

Caledon Village, ON L7K 3L3

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MEET & GREET

Starting at

$195 +HST

1st hour with one handler

 

 

Additional consecutive hours

$60 +HST

for one handler

Starting at

$195 +HST

1st hour with one handler

 

 

Additional consecutive hours

$60 +HST

for one handler

Meet and Greet

Create lifelong memories through one-on-one interactition with very special animal ambassadors. This causal set-up is a great for events with lots going on and allows your guests the oppertunity to meet, learn about, touch, hold and take photos with beautiful animals.

 

Your friendly and knowedgable animal handler will bring a variety of scaley, furry and maybe even feathery animals with him or her. Bringing out one animal ambassador at a time, your handler will switch them throught your event - inticing your guests to keep coming back. 
 

Add handlers: add additional handlers for more interaction oppertunities. Some animals require two or more handlers to come.

Other:Please see our Terms and Conditions.

 


Pricing: Contact us for a quote

 

 

 

Starting at

$245 +HST

1st hour with one handler

 

 

Additional consecutive hours

$80 +HST

for one handler

Meet and Greet Plus Mini Display

What happens when you add a little more to a Meet and Greet?

You create more memorable experiences for your guests!

 

Along with fantastic animals, your friendly handler will bring

2 display enclosures and a variety of artifacts to attract guests and provide them with more to see and do.

 

Add handlers: add additional handlers for more interaction oppertunities. Some animals require two or more handlers to come.

Other: Please see our Terms and Conditions.

 


Pricing: Contact us for a quote

 

 

 

Meet and Greet animals may include

Animals typically include: 1 bird of prey, 2-3 mammals, 3 reptiles

Animals vary from event to event. Some animals require two or more handlers.