To assist in reducing the spread of the ongoing virus, Wild Florida Airboat, Gator & Drive-thru Safari Park will not close entirely, but rather alter some of its offerings in order to encourage social distancing among guests.
Wild Florida’s Drive-thru Safari Park will stay open and operate in compliance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendations for social distancing.
In the drive-thru safari park, guests can ride in their own car and see over 100 native and exotic animals. This experience is hands-free, and guests can book online, check-in and ride through without any human contact.
However, Wild Florida will temporarily suspend all of its airboat tours and animal encounters, as well as close its Gator Park until further notice.
“We are disappointed to suspend our airboat tours and close our Gator Park, but as a company, we feel compelled to take responsible steps to help control the spread of the virus,” said Sam Haught, co-owner of Wild Florida. “Fortunately, our Drive-thru Safari Park allows people to get out of the house and practice social distancing. We are glad to offer a safe activity that is fun and affordable for families during these unprecedented times.”
To learn more about Wild Florida, visit WildFloridaAirboats.com.