African Safari Wildlife Park opened the gates for its 55th season on Saturday, featuring its popular Drive-Thru Safari.
“Early spring is a great time to visit the Park because most of our animals are totally unbothered by the chilly-to-mild weather,” said Park director Kelsey Keller. “You may even be lucky enough to witness the birth of a deer or alpaca!”
The Park’s ever-popular Drive-Thru Safari, which features zebras, bison, llamas, alpacas, elk, exotic cattle, emus and more, will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the last car admitted at 4 p.m.
The Park’s warm-weather animals, such as giraffe and antelope, will generally not be visible unless the air temperature is above 60 degrees. The Walk-Thru Safari, which features gibbons, lemurs, kangaroos, warthogs, parrots, camel rides, educational animal shows and animal-feeding experiences, will open in mid-May.
To celebrate opening day, the Park is offering general admission tickets for $16.95—a savings of up to $13 per person—that can be used anytime during the 2023 season. This promotional price, which is available through March 28, can only be purchased online at www.africansafariwildlifepark.com and is not available at the gate.
African Safari Wildlife Park has been delighting families for over 50 years. The free-range Drive-Thru Safari features giraffe, bison, alpacas and deer. The Walk-Thru Safari, open seasonally, features kangaroos, porcupines, birds and educational animal programs. More information is available at www.africansafariwildlifepark.com.