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.
- $19 for a one-day park admission pass with parking (up to a $34.50 value)
Day passes grant access to the 4-mile car safari, which takes about 90 minutes to complete, as well as entry to a "walk-through safari" with rides, a petting zoo, and other attractions. The pass is valid for one person, but you may purchase up to 10 Groupons to gather a group; children younger than 2 are admitted for free. View a list of frequently asked questions about visiting the park.
Prices are subject to change.
Lion Country Safari
Lion Country Safari is a zoo with no cages. Instead, many of the 900 animals, including the largest zebra herd outside of Africa, roam its 320 acres freely. During drive-through safaris, cars tour seven sections of the preserve—which represent different areas such as western Zimbabwe and the Serengeti—to see llamas, asiatic water buffalo, chimpanzees, and white rhinoceros. Lions have a section all to themselves so that they don't prey on other animals or disturb them with giggles from the pride's late-night slumber parties.
In addition to the four-mile drive, Lion Country Safari's Safari World allows guests to explore rides and attractions as they visit with animals on foot. They can feed giraffes, practice animal-massage techniques at the petting zoo, or hop on the carousel next to Lake Shanalee's paddleboat rides. After kids splash through the interactive Safari Splash waterpark, they can zoom down two brand-new water slides, hop onto the ferris wheel, or ask exotic birds for advice on how to fly.
What some people are buzzing about:
“My grand daughter had a fantastic time and did not want too leave the park. ”
“If you see the lion country safari on groupon must buy so much cheaper then at the safari.”
“Plan a day you can rent a cabin there is also petting zoo, giraffe feeding station, water park, much much more ,it's worth spending the night.”