This is a lovely place for people of all ages. Children and seniors can enjoy the ambiance and animals in their natural habitat.
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About Living Desert Zoo & Gardens
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Second time that we spent the afternoon at the zoo and gardens and although we saw some animals, most were sleeping or hiding from the sun so we did not see much (to nobody's fault). However, we noticed that the prices are too expensive. $20...More
First time at the living Zoo. Loved it. Watching the Cheetahs run was wonderful. Many of the animals were active which is great to see. I like that they have a shuttle that goes around the park as I am challenged to walk long distances....More
I love this zoo! I love that it's desert-themed, since it is in the desert. Depending on time of year, you can ride a camel. Lorikeets land on your shoulder. You can feed giraffes up close and personal. And this year we went to the...More
The Palm Springs Art Museum, the Palm Springs Air Museum, and the cable car trip up Mt. Jacinto Park are also 'must do's', but this place is so unique. The living desert is worth the visit but having a zoo there as well is the...More
We visited in November and it was the perfect temp to wander around. My kids loved the Wildlife Wonder show and the animal meet and greets. They also got a kick out of the camel rides and the giraffe feedings. The place is large and...More
We travel to Palm Springs twice a year and look forward to visiting the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens in Palm Desert 2-3 times during our stay. A beautiful 1,200 acre desert park setting with easy paved walking paths and even trams for easy transportation....More
We visited the site on Halloween so there were lots of decorations. The Zoo is divided into two areas, North America and Africa with plants and animals in each. I found the African section particularly interesting since the desert setting seemed more natural for the...More
Roshan was excellent in helping me set up our tour which started with a meeting with giraffe handler and private pictures and feeding of the amazing giraffes. Dave was our tour guide and private tram driver he knows everything about the zoo , animals and...More