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Drive Through Safari Georgia

Drive Through Safari Georgia

Drive Through Safari Georgia

Drive Through Safari Georgia

Drive Through Safari Georgia

If you are looking for an escape to a remote part of the world, the Caucasus Mountains to the southwest of Georgia might just be what you are after. Its cuisine is beyond compare, with dishes made from ingredients grown in their deep-green valleys. Their summer festivals are an incredible blend of Georgian traditions and unforgettable world music.

Safari

Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari is an amusement park and animal preserve combined. Guests can explore this 350-acre preserve, boating 1,200 animals from six continents including elephants, rhinos, tigers, giraffes and lions. It used to be a drive-through safari, but now guests are guided through the park on a Safari Off Road Adventure. Each tour takes approximately 45 minutes and afterwards, guests can view the smaller animals at Camp Aventura. Each tour covers the Americas, Afrikka, Wild Plains, Seregenti Grasslands, Black Bear Ridge, Kingsland, Tigris Asiana, and more.

The Lee. G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari is also a wildlife preserve and part of Omaha’s famous Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium. The Wildlife Safari Park offers a four mile, drive-through North American wildlife experience. On this safari you can see bison, elk, wolves, prairie dogs, deer, eagles, pelicans, and more up close and personal. There is also a viewing deck overlooking the 40 acres of woodland hills and open grasslands that make up the Bison Plains. In addition, a nature-based playground offers opportunities to explore, play and learn. (Source: we3travel.com)

Animal

The San Diego Zoo Wildlife Park, located 35 miles away from the San Diego Zoo, offers a variety of drive-through safari options including a caravan, cart, and behind-the-scenes safari. You can also enjoy experiences like zip lining, adventure course, or even sleep overnight in the park on a camping adventure. Animals include rhinos, camels, cheetahs, elephants, giraffes, gorillas, rhinos, lions, tigers, zebras, and more.

Coined the Sonoma Serengeti, Safari West is a Wildlife Preserve and African tent camp fully accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Safari West’s 400 acres are home to nearly 1,000 animals, including African antelopes, primates, and predators, plus a variety of avian life from around the globe. Instead of driving your own car through this safari, guests can sign up for guided tours on retro-fitted safari vehicles. (Source: we3travel.com)

 

 

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