Due to gravity, nonaquatic animals are limited to a single-dimensional plane of movement, with the exception of birds and monkeys who have learned to burrow. Watch animals float up the z-axis with this Groupon.
Choose from Two Options
- $22.99 for a full-day animal-park visit for two (up to $43.90 value)
- $46 for a full-day animal-park visit for four (up to $87.80 value)
Led by experienced guides or on their own, park visitors peruse the habitats of panthers, black bears, and tropical birds. They can also attend live reptile demonstrations and drift down a river into a natural Florida ecosystem replete with alligators dressed as crossing guards. This Groupon grants admission for adults, seniors, and children; admission for children younger than 3 is free.
Prices vary by age.
A 200-foot man-made alligator flashes his brace-free grin as visitors pass through the gates of Jungle Adventures' lush wilderness to meet the myriad creatures that call it home. From exhibit to exhibit, rare beasts including Florida panthers, black bears, tropical birds, and wolves exchange salutations with their visitors. Knowledgeable experts navigate jungle terrain during guided tours and VIP adventure tours, and at live exhibitions, such as the Gator Jamboree Feeding Adventure, experienced handlers coax shy critters from their hiding places. The park also explores the area's human history in replicas of a 16th-century Spanish fort and Native American village, where authentic recreations of ancient artifacts, decorations, and brick-sized cell phones shed light on lifestyles from centuries ago.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Jungle Adventures is an excellent family activity. The staff is very knowledgeable and courteous. Be prepared to have a hand-on introduction to some of the animals at...”
“Jungle Adventures is an excellent family activity. The staff is very knowledgeable and courteous. Be prepared to have a hand-on introduction to some of the animals at the facility.”
“Learn lots of useful info about Florida's Wildlife, especially gators. ”
“Love this place, very Florida!”