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Allan C.
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Report | 6 days ago
Make certain that you have plenty of space on your camera "memory card."
Debbie W.
Verified
Report | 15 days ago
The perfect family adventure. We had a WONDERFUL time there, and are anxious to return and ride the camels!!
Lori l.
Verified
Report | 18 days ago
Bring camera, snack, water, backpack, make sure you feed the lemurs
Ryan G.
Verified
Report | 20 days ago
Great wildlife on display. Be sure to bring some cash for parking, feeding animals if you'd like to, and for anything you wanna buy at the gift shop. A really wonderful experience.
MARY C.
Verified
Report | 22 days ago
Fantastic experience. Dress appropriately as you are on the safari vehicle for about 2 hours. The lemur feeding is am additional cost but well worth it.
Dennis S.
Verified
Report | 23 days ago
It was a great experience. The guide was excellent and the tour was a lot of fun.
HEIDI M.
Verified
Report | 23 days ago
Wear comfortable shoes and take a camera. Our guide (J.J) was super. She was knowledgeable and knew all of the animals very well. Would definitely go back and recommend as a fun family outing.
Henry M.
Verified
Report | 25 days ago
Great experience. Bring clothes for being outside and take lots of pictures. The animals are very interactive with the tour.
George M.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Lots of animals out on the acreage. Interesting and knowledgeable guide.
Heather C.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Definitely a place to see! Lots of animals and great tour guides. A must do!!
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Safari Wilderness Ranch's exotic wetland animals freely roam 260 acres of grassy plains, girded by an 850-square-mile watershed. Accredited by the Zoological Association of America and licensed by the USDA, the ranch is an agritourism project dedicated to teaching about endangered species through hands-on safaris. Wandering zebra and watusi-cattle herds coexist harmoniously with waterbuck and lost cable guys as explorers ride by on trucks, horse-drawn carts, and camels. An outdoor aviary flutters with nearly 100 colorful, playful budgie parakeets who will munch millet seeds from the palm of a hand, and a lemur habitat allows guests to feed the ring-tailed primates grapes.

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