Lions are unpredictable creatures, which is why you should never approach them in the wild or depend on them to babysit your pet gazelle. Have a brush with the animal kingdom with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $23 for two admissions to the Sunken Jungle Tour (a $45.98 value)
- $44 for four admissions to the Sunken Jungle Tour (a $91.96 value)<p>
A guide escorts guests through botanical gardens on an educational walking tour that may encounter creatures including a Bengal tiger, African lion, Florida panther, jaguar, capuchin, bear, and Japanese snow macaque. Sunken Jungle Tours are offered Tuesday through Saturday at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Dade City's Wild Things
Dade City's Wild Things puts visitors within 3 feet of most of its menagerie, which includes more than 200 animals on exhibit. Botanical gardens blanket the zoo's 22-acre expanse, providing a scenic backdrop for creatures such as a tiger, lion, lemur, bear, and baboon. Separated from most animals by a few feet, a chain-link fence, and the ability to knit socks out of their own fur, opposable-thumbed guests can explore the animal offerings by walking tour or tram ride. Dade City's Wild Things further upholds its aim to connect people with animals by offering opportunities for close cross-species interaction, such as feeding buffalo in grazing fields on the Jungle Safari Ride, swimming with a tiger, or reserving an animal encounter, which provides a chance for visitors to interact one-on-one with a choice of critters including a zebra foal, gator hatchling, and African pygmy-goat kid.
84% of 485 customers recommend
“Bring bug repellent, or they will eat you alive. Tiger experience was extra, but really great!”
“lWonderful place to go. I definately will go again. If you have children you will love it. Thank You Groupon for your wonderful site.”
“We had a wonderful time at Wild Things. We had no idea what to expect but were so pleased with the tour. Encounters were extra and photos were extra but we just...”
“We had a wonderful time at Wild Things. We had no idea what to expect but were so pleased with the tour. Encounters were extra and photos were extra but we just considered it a donation. It takes a lot of $ to feed all the animals.”