Lion Country Safari, the “wild side” of The Palm Beaches

Spend a day on the wild side of The Palm Beaches by visiting Lion Country Safari. Get up close and personal with a pride of lions, ride alongside rhinos and hand-feed the giraffes.

Over 900 wild animals, including lions, giraffe, zebras, ostrich and rhinos live in The Palm Beaches' backyard. At Lion Country Safari, large herds of animals from 6 continents roam free, while humans visiting are enclosed (in their vehicles).

Giraffes at Lion Country Safari

After visiting the four-mile drive through safari, there’s more to explore in Safari World Amusement Park, including 6 rides, animal shows, giraffe and bird encounters, a water sprayground, dozens of animal exhibits and more.

Giraffe feeding at Lion Country Safari

Be sure to allow five hours to see everything WILD at Lion Country Safari. Mornings are a great time to visit because most animals get fed then – many of the antelope chow down right next to the road. Cooler days or rainy days are also great times to visit because the animals tend to be more active then. Drive at a slow pace so you don’t miss any animals – they have many acres to roam in their habitat and some of the babies may be hiding in the grass next to the road or in your rear view mirror. 

Baby giraffe at Lion Country Safari

Some of the top things to see and do at Lion Country Safari:

  • Be just feet away from the world’s largest herd of zebra (outside of the wild herds in Africa)
  • Feed a giraffe
  • See the oldest-known living chimpanzee in the world, Little Mama
  • Ride the 55-foot Ferris wheel
  • See one of the country’s only true pride of lions, something rarely seen in captivity
  • Cool down in the interactive water sprayground
Primate at Lion Country Safari

This blog post is courtesy of Lion Country Safari.

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