Wild Florida Drive-thru Safari Park Orlando
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Orlando, FL is one of the most interesting places in the country. As well as being known for its exciting theme parks, it is also home to unique ecoystems and plenty of animal attractions to explore. To learn about the animal kingdom and all of the unique animals that make up the planet, be sure to add this fun Drive-Thru Safari experience to your Orlando vacation itinerary. This ticket also includes admission to Gator Park.
About the Drive-Thru SafariTake a walk on the wild side in Orlando! With tickets to travel on the Drive Thru safari, guests will be whisked away on an opportunity to see real animals up close from the comfort of their personal vehicles. As visitors drive through the safari, they will be able to see stunning habitats filled with more than 100 animals. See everything from zebras and white tailed deer to bison to giraffes. Guests can also choose to pay extra to hand-feed the giraffes during this exciting safari.
With more than 150 exotic animals and tons of native Florida wildlife such as bison, watusi, and bison, this incredible safari experience is certain to be the highlight of your adventure. The trail is comprised of gravel roads that weave throughout the park. With more than 150 different species that wander freely throughout the area, you will have a true safari-style experience to enjoy. Guests will be able to see animals froma all over the world, including animals from the African Sahara to native Floridian creatures. There are more than 170 sprawling acres of landscapes to explore. The entire trail spans across four miles, so there is plenty of exploration. Some of the animals you may see on this tour include:
- American Bison
- Eland Antelope
- Scimitar Oryx
- Mouflon Sheep
About the Admission to Gator ParkThe fun doesn't stop after the safari! This Gator Park is a highlight of Orlando's wildlife, offering insight into the lives, habitats, diets, and more of many species of animals. Here, guests will be able to visit a gator pond filled with rescued 'nuisance' alligators all from over Florida. There are also plenty of opportunities to learn about the animals through shows, events, and hands-on interactive experiences. This is the perfect place to visit with the entire family.
This gator park has been in operation since 2010 and it dedicates its mission to safely removing and housing alligators from all across Florida. The Gator Park is home to more than 200 animals, both native and exotic species for a great variety. Guests can see lemurs, bobcats, two-toed sloths, and plenty of alligators of course. There are also many park rangers who can answer questions, adn guests can even speak with the care teams to learn more about the animals. Kids can have a blast at the Petting Zoo, and guests of all ages will have a great time at the Hawk Swamp. There is also a playground and the Chomp House where guests can grab a bite to eat once they work up an appetite after all the exploration.
If you are looking for something fun and family-friendly to add to your Orlando getaway, this Drive-Thru Safari and Gator Park admission is the perfect selection. Guests of all ages will have a blast seeing animals like giraffes, gators, and more while learning all about Orlando's natural ecoystems and more. It pairs great with other Orlando attractions, so be sure to book your tickets along with a fantastic hotel and more.
|Wild Florida Drive-Thru Safari and Gator Park Admission
|Available Now until 1/31/2025 View Detailed Schedule
|Experience an exciting drive-thru safari experience to see more than 100 animals. This ticket also includes admission to the Gator Park.
- What methods of transportation does the Wild Florida Drive-thru Safari Park Orlando use?
- Approximately how long does the Wild Florida Drive-thru Safari Park Orlando last?
Guests spend a few hours at the safari and the Gator Park.
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
Great for all ages.
- What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
Wear comfortable shoes.
- Is photography / video recording allowed on the Wild Florida Drive-thru Safari Park Orlando?