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Aloha Safari Zoo

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Aloha Safari Zoo

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159 Mini Ln, Cameron, NC 28326-6721
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Lacey E wrote a review Aug 2020
Pinehurst, North Carolina2 contributions
Aloha Zoo is a must do if you are in the area!! There are so many animals to see and feed. And you get to be close to them and really get to engage with the animals. Our favorite part was the safari tour where we got to throw bread to the pasture animals. SO MUCH FUN! So many laughs at all the silly pigs running with bread slices in their mouths. Any day of the week is a great day to visit but the safari tours are only offered on Friday-Sunday so keep that in mind. We can’t say enough great things about the animals and staff at Aloha Zoo!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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MorganC wrote a review Jun 2020
Fayetteville, North Carolina116 contributions8 helpful votes
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Great place to add to a day trip to Cameron. The grounds were nice and clean, super friendly staff. Decent price of admission. Would visit again!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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melnurse2015 wrote a review May 2020
Roanoke, Virginia233 contributions20 helpful votes
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We drove from Virginia to this safari park on our way to the beach. The lady at the gate was very nice and even checked to see if we enjoyed our visit afterwards. There is a snack bar and on weekends they have a food truck. $12 for the time and we got the safari ride free with that. Overall this place could use some definite spruce ups. However they are animals that are rescued and I am sure the owners are doing the best they can. Some of the cages are small, but the animals seem ok and look well fed. The small children enjoyed the petting area. They do have popcorn bags that you can feed some of the animals. A few animals you can't feed right now due to covid 19. Overall we enjoyed it, the kids enjoyed it. Make sure you bring a hat or wear sunscreen as it was a hot day when we went. I applaud this place for saving these animals. It would be wonderful if someone could donate a large amount of money to get things fixed up a bit more.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Andreak77 wrote a review Feb 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina11 contributions8 helpful votes
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We live less than an hour from this place and only found out about it this morning. Our family of animal lovers was all on board with a trip to the zoo today. So many things I want to say about this place. Parking is free and a very short walk to the entrance. Prices were more than reasonable. Price included unlimited trips in the safari tour where they give you free bread to feed the animals. All the animals were more up close and friendly then any other zoo I’d been to. So many animals and baby animals to see, pet and feed. All of the animals were rescued from bad situations and live happily at this zoo. They all seemed very healthy and happy. The staff was all so nice and very knowledgeable. They told us so much about the animals and knew all there ages and birthdays. All the children and family’s around us were having so much fun feeding the animals. Abundant photo opportunities everywhere. We had such a great time and can’t wait to go back.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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PhilViking wrote a review Feb 2020
Chapel Hill, North Carolina874 contributions205 helpful votes
This "zoo" is unlike others. Many of the animal "residents" are friendly and available to touch and feed. There is ample staff everywhere to inform you of the animals habits, friendliness, and feeding desires. Food is sold for $1 to feed many of the animals directly. The Giraffe enjoyed hand fed carrots and celery. The dromedary and alpacas enjoyed their popcorn! It was close interactions like this that create an entirely different zoo experience for kids of all ages. It is well worth a visit!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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