Drive Your Family Wild

SavvyMom October 4, 2016
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Go ‘On SafariTM‘ and get closer than you could ever imagine to over 1,000 birds and animals! Watch in awe as your little monkeys are inspired by nature’s most amazing creatures roaming freely around them and learn about the importance of wildlife conservation. Come and see first-hand how African Lion Safari is dedicated to inspiring a new generation of conservationists.

Preserve Your Memories
Imagine your kids’ surprise when they come face to face with a majestic lion or a crash of rhino. While you’re busy snapping shots of all the Safari’s incredible animals, don’t forget to capture your children’s reactions for priceless memories that will last a lifetime.

 

Cool Off Your Little Monkeys in Misumu Bay Wet Play
Cool off in the newly-expanded Misumu Bay Wet Play interactive water adventure zone where kids can stroll through sprinklers, spouts and stream jets, trek under rain trees and tumble buckets, and interact with gadgets, gizmos and geysers. Don’t forget to pack bathing suits, towels and sunscreen to fully enjoy the wet adventure.

 

Discovery Centre
Experience the textures, sizes and shapes of all kinds of ‘WILD’ things at Discovery Centre! Drop by to see the new ‘Biodiversity Is Us’ Photo Centre. An educational and hands-on opportunity for the whole family.

 

Be Prepared for some ‘WILD’ Presentations
A trip through the large Game Reserves is just the beginning of your amazing day on Safari. You will want to catch all of the exciting bird and animal presentations, but be sure to arrive early for the best seats! Then stick around after the presentations to get ‘up-close and personal’ with amazing animals and their handlers.

 

Good to know: Misumu Bay Wet Play is open until September 7. Your admission includes a drive through the large Game Reserves in your own vehicle, a leisurely cruise aboard the ‘African Queen’ boat, a journey on the ‘Nature Boy’ scenic railway, exciting and educational bird and animal presentations, Elephant SwimPets’ Corner, Misumu Bay Wet Play and so much more. The park is open daily until September 20.

 

 

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