Where else can you see a beautiful animal that is a cross betwwen a lion and a tiger? Haven't viewed white tigers outside of Las Vegas, but here were some cubs. Both of these animals are included in the jungle show.
We also enjoyed the bird show, with many unique birds flying about.
Both shows were excellent. We were fortunate to attend during a fit food festival for kids so there were many vendors offering free samples. Yogurt, granola, kefir, Mc pDonal's smoothies and Mc wraps were just some of the foods to try.
Here is the downside...you have just paid a fortune to get into Jungle Island and the first thing is staff lined up with parrots, alligators and other animals to pose with you. Then their photographer snaps a photo, costing you more money if you buy the pictutre! ASTONISHINGLY, THERE WAS NO HAND SANITIZER OR WATER AND SOAP AVAILABLE TO GUESTS AFTER THEY HAVE TOUCHED WILD ANIMALS! Isn't that in violation of basic health codes?
Wouldn't it be fub to pet a kangaroo? That will be another $5 a person!
To save money here, look online or ask your hotel for discounts. Don't miss the shows. Be prepared for the outrageous fee of $12 to park and evey other penny the park can eek out of you.