We had a great time! The place is beautiful and we loved the animals. You can rent a golf cart at $25 for an hour and drive around the property and feed the animals. An hour is plenty of time. Someone mentioned that some of the golf carts didn't work, but we had no problems getting them to run. (You just have to use the choke to get it started.) We all piled into two carts and drove out to the area where the animals are located. There's a giraffe, a couple of zebras, a camel, ostriches and a bunch of deer. The giraffe and camel came right up to us and were so gentle eating out of our hands. It was truly amazing. There's also a couple of lemurs by the office. I brought a couple of bananas with me and we really enjoyed feeding them. They were so cute! The lemurs loved the bananas and would reach out to grab them. The animals of course were the highlight of the trip, but I always find it helpful to know exactly how the rooms are set up in the cabins so I know what to pack, so here goes: we stayed in the Hilltop cabin. It was very nice. There were three bedrooms and two bathrooms, so plenty of room for the 5 of us. The first bedroom had a queen sized bed, TV and an attached full bathroom, the second bedroom had two twin beds and a third bedroom with two sets of bunk beds and a little youth bed. The kitchen had a coffee maker, microwave and full sized fridge, there was a living room with a TV, and another full sized bathroom. If we stayed there longer, I would have brought a DVD player to watch some movies. The cabin is a little off to the side, not directly facing the area in which the animals graze. The two bungalows face the grazing area directly. I think next time we will try out a bungalow. We were provided with a continental breakfast in the morning too. Bagels, Danish, rolls, oatmeal, boiled eggs and coffee, tea, milk and juice. The dining area looks out on the property so you have a great view of the animals while you are eating. While we were there the power went out in the entire area for the couple of hours so we got some candles from the staff and roasted smores in the fire pit outside our cabin; the front door of the cabin would stick a little, but we learned to give it a little shove and it would open; and we did see a couple of scorpions, but hey you are in the hill country. I’m only mentioning these things because I read some of the other more critical reviews and want people know that even though things were not perfect, (I’ve never been to a place that was) we had a great time and definitely will go back again. It was an experience of a lifetime to be able to feed a giraffe out of your hand like that. Honestly, I don't think you can get an experience like that anywhere else.
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