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Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast Sights

Lion Country Safari

Updated 05/12/2014

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Drive your own vehicle along four miles of paved roads through a cageless zoo with free-roaming animals (chances are you'll have a giraffe nudging at your window) and then let loose in a 55-acre fun-land with camel rides, bird feedings, and a pontoon-boat cruise past islands with monkeys. A CD included with admission narrates the winding trek past white rhinos, zebras, and ostriches grouped into exhibits like Gir Forest that's modeled after a sanctuary in India and has

native twisted-horned blackbuck antelope and water buffalo. (For obvious reasons, lions are fenced off, and no convertibles or pets are allowed.) Aside from dozens more up-close critter encounters after debarking, including a petting zoo, kids can go paddleboating, do a round of mini-golf, climb aboard carnival rides, or have a splash in a 4,000-square-foot aquatic playground (some extra fees apply).

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Sight Information

Address:

2003 Lion Country Safari Rd., at Southern Blvd. W, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33470, USA

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Phone:

561-793–1084

Sight Details:

  • $29.95, $6 parking
  • Mid-Dec.–Aug., daily 9:30–5:30 (last entry 4:30); Sept.–Dec., daily 10–5 (last entry 4)

Updated 05/12/2014

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