My Husband and I went around 1 or 2 o’clock. By this time I think every animal in the park had eaten they looked to be lying over and just sleeping. But they still were close to the truck and we really were able to get great pictures. We did feed some camels, birds and deer. The drive is long so it is worth the money you pay. Park the car when you’re done and go to the zoo that is very nice also. They have the Hugh turtle's which I love turtles. They had two tigers one white one the orange color. We sat on the bench about 6 feet from the large fence they are kept in. The two of them got into a fight less than 6 feet in front of us. I was trying to push back away from them and my husband said he was giving a quick prayer the pin held. That was an experience for a life time. We found a worker on the property and told her that one had hurt its paw. She said they get into it every once in a while. Wow I felt I was in the wild and trying to get out quick hahah . The roar with the hair standing up on their backs and clawing at each other every one watching was just over-whelmed. This is what you see on TV and you don’t expect it at the zoo. You will love the place go if you can. There are two zoo's one close to natural bridge and the Safari Park. To know you have Safari park and not the other zoo. Safari Park has a long drive to get back to the park. The zoo is right off the road and parking is horrible.
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