Attempts to make this park more interactive are pretty successful, but the prices have gone up. Still, it is a very, very worthwhile excursion for all ages. This zoo is a breeding facility, and there are lots of young animals of various species. The grazing animals can be seen in a vast plains area, unlike other zoos. The best way to do this is to pay $90 a ticket for a two-hour caravan ride. Groups are small (15 people tops) and you travel in the rear of a shaded, open-bed truck. Water is provided, and its pretty comfortable. Get out your cameras, because you are right there in with the animals. My family has done this twice. The most recent time, we hit the jackpot -- our group was able to feed Rothschild giraffes and Greater One-Horned White Rhinos, both endangered species. I never thought I'd touch a rhino much less feed one! (the giraffes can't be touched, but you can feel their tongues when they reach for the leaves you are feeding them. Cool!) As the weather gets warmer, the earliest morning or very late afternoon rides are when the animals are most active.
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