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I was not sure what to expect going here but it was fantastic. The zoo was the closest I've ever been to animals and the staff were amazingly knowledgeable.
The bed and breakfast was beautiful and the beds were very comfortable. The best was the...More
We stayed in Bungalow 6 and fed the elephant from our balcony deck. Some previous reviews said they cound not...?? Maleeka was the 30 year old elephant that we began our morning breakfast with and also treated her to a wonderful mixture of Fruit and...More
My husband and I went here for 2 nights for our 25th wedding anniversary. If you can't make it to Africa, then this is the place! Interacting with the elephants and the other animals was an unforgettable experience. How many people can say an elephant...More
I brought my 16 year old as a birthday gift. She LOVED it!!! We had cabin 4 the Giraffe room and trust me it was worth any extra I might have paid for it. We had an amazing view of the elephants play area. We...More
My girlfriend & I heard about this Safari B&B online and after looking into it we knew we HAD to go. We were SUPER impressed when we got there. The staff was nice and the room was AMAZING. from the outside pics of the "cabins"...More
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$215 - $298 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from AmySue1981 | Reviewed this property |
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The... More
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The elephants go into their enclosure for the night, and you can feed them, touch their trunks and ask any questions of the trainers. My kids loved it.