Palm Beach is home to Florida’s first drive-through safari. Guests might spot ostrich, wildebeest and impala, observe a pride of lions, or see giraffes and endangered rhinos.
Situated just outside San Antonio, visitors navigate by car through 450 acres of green hills, creek beds and live oak trees – home to more than 500 animals.
A branch of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, The Wilds helps visitors gain a fresh perspective on endangered species through a series of immersive experiences within the 10,000-acre park.
The first drive-through safari experience in Virginia includes 180 acres in Natural Bridge, where guests can watch free-roaming animals as they drive along a 3-mile gravel road.
In the heart of California’s wine country, Safari West welcomes guests to the “Sonoma Serengeti,” where a 3-hour riding and walking adventure takes them through the 400-acre preserve.
This Oregon wildlife park is home to some 500 animals, many visible along the park’s drive-through safari route or the walk-through Safari Village.
More than 300 species call this park home. A tram transports guests through the 1,800 African-themed acres, and regularly scheduled Animal Encounters offer a more intimate animal experience.
This park is situated on 160 acres near the town of Williams, Arizona. Visitors drive through more than three miles of Ponderosa pine forest on a safari to see animals in naturalistic habitats.
Visitors drive along a 4-mile route through habitats populated by native North American plant and animal species — American elk, bison, waterfowl, raptors and white-tailed deer.
Situated in the hill country of North Texas just south of Fort Worth, this center gives visitors the chance to learn about a host of animals and view them in spacious habitats.