1. Zuleyma Barron

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    Loved it. Saw tons of animals, lions, hippos, girrafes, bears, fish, a crocodile! Many animals! My grandparents loved it, my toddler had a great time, he loved seeing all his favorite animals. We had a wonderful day, great place to spend a family day!

  2. Shelly T.

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    I had heard about the Safari from a friend a few years ago and decided to spend the day there on my way down to San Francisco for vacation. I thought that the staff was very helpful and very nice. I decided to spend the extra money to feed the giraffe. Mate, the giraffe was very gentle and sweet. Mate enjoyed the veggies that we handed him. For some reason, Mate thought that my head was a veggie because he put my head into his mouth. It was a tad weird and very cool, I won’t soon forget it. The cheetah’s were out and about which was cool. I got to see two of them very up close, I could have petted them if it was allowed. I talked to the vet and he said that the vets at the safari were hoping that the female was pregnant. I hope that there will be another baby cheetah. I would be willing to drive the 5 plus hours to see the baby. I got to see all sorts of animals and they all looked very healthy. I was very impressed with the Safari and would recommend all animal lovers to visit. I can’t wait to go again.

  3. Haylie Ellison

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    I work there and I grew up going to Wildlife Safari. I love it there and the workers there are very dedicated to the animals and their needs. Its a lot of fun and we have great events for the whole family. I definitely recommend visiting there some time!

  4. Jweddl H

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    Got too see plenty of animals up close. Went there at 3 pm when they were feeding animals. Saw giraffes, elephants, tigers, cheetahs, lions! Worth it!

  5. Karen Meador

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    Amazing. Each and every time I visit. Thank you for the wonderful care and attention these beautiful creatures are fortunate enough to obtain in captivity-roaming free.