After being closed for almost a month due to the ongoing global health crisis, the Drive-thru Safari Park at Wild Florida is set to reopen Monday, May 4.
In the Drive-thru Safari Park, guests can ride in their own car and see over 100 native and exotic animals. The experience is hands-free, and guests can book online, check-in and ride through without any human contact.
Once reopened and fully operational, the safari will be in compliance with the Florida Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s social distance guidelines.
Another animal-based attraction, San Antonio Zoo in Texas, has launched its own Drive-thru Zoo tour, allowing guests to enjoy the zoo from the safety and comfort of their own vehicles. Guests will pay $60 per car, and members and passholders will get the discounted price of $32 per car. While on the tour, visitors can listen to a special audio tour that explains more about the animals they can see. Learn more about the tour here.
To learn more about Wild Florida and its Drive-thru Safari Park, visit WildFloridaAirboats.com.