Visitors can see, touch and feed hundreds of exotic animals from every continent except Antartica —a true worldwide safari.
The experience is probably different from any you have encountered at other parks and zoos. It is not hard
to imagine yourself in Africa or South America while driving through the vehicle touring section because most of the animals roam freely, not the humans.
You can expect to see any number of wildebeests, camels, giraffes, rhinos, water bufflaoes, antelopes, and zebras grazing nearby. While on safari, do not be surprised if some of the animals come right up to your window to say "hello" and look for their special ats" (available only at the park).
While you can tour the park in your own vehicle, you may prefer to take a guided tour on one of the Zebra Buses, where you will no doubt be joined by a black Hawaiian sheep, who hops on board to greet visitors.
Don't think you are done yet, there is also a walk-thru section of the park. This section includes Old McDonald's Farm, Petting Zoo, Monkey House, Alligator Pit, picnic area and restaurant.