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Making the Most of San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Making the Most of San Diego Zoo Safari Park

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One-day admission to the Safari Park is $50/adults and $40/kids ages 3–11. If you will be spending several days exploring attractions in the San Diego area, it will be more cost-effective to purchase admission in combination with admission to other area attractions, including the San Diego Zoo and Sea World San Diego.

This park is located further inland, and it tends to get warm quickly and stay that way throughout the day. There is very little shade here, so be sure to wear sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect yourself. And because the Safari Park is so expansive, wear comfortable shoes and breathable clothing. If you will be staying at the park during one of the nighttime events, bring along a sweatshirt for the cool nighttime breezes.

The Wild Animal Park also provides a variety of different Safari Tours, where you can join a handful of other guests as you embark on a truly memorable experience. You will board an open-air vehicle and head into the field exhibits, just like a genuine African safari. Not only will you be able to get fantastic photographs, but you may also be able to feed a giraffe! Prices vary depending on the length and type of safari. 

For the most adventurous, book a Roar and Snore Safari, where you will camp out among the stars, the trees, and most importantly, the animals! Tents, meals and snacks, and activities are included in the themed sleepovers, and the programming can be tailored to families, adults, or school groups, depending on the evening. Reservations are required, and availability is limited, so book early.

The Safari Park opens at 9:00 am daily and closes at 5:00 pm (fall, winter, and spring months) or 8:00 pm (summer months). Open 365 days a year.  

If you’ve been to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World, you may be struck by some similarities, as we were. There’s a familiar African theme and even a couple of familiar names. Of course the two parks are vastly different in scope, but we think the Disney folks took a cue from the successful Safari Park when they designed their theme park.  

For driving directions, visit the website, call 619-231-1515, or use a trip routing service such as Google Maps (destination address: 15500 San Pasqual Valley Road, Escondido, CA 92027).

 

 

 

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Comments:

  • spalding on 09/10/2016 at 11:10:29 am EDT says:

    RE: Photo slice - Making the Most of San Diego Zoo Safari Park

    Do you know of tours that will take our family from DL to San Diego? We'd like to see the zoo, take city tour, etc. We are staying on our DVC points @ the Grand Californian.

  • spalding on 09/10/2016 at 12:46:17 pm EDT says:

    RE: Photo slice - Making the Most of San Diego Zoo Safari Park

    Do you know of tours that will take our family from DL to San Diego? We'd like to see the zoo, take city tour, etc. We are staying on our DVC points @ the Grand Californian.



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