Lion Country Safari in western Palm Beach County announced on their website yesterday, that they will be reopening for drive thru safari tours today, Thursday, May 7th.
The preserve will be open today from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm with the last car admitted at 4:30 pm. Lion Country Safari states that tickets must be pre-purchased and are only valid for the drive-thru date selected. Tickets can be purchased online and for each person three years of age or older inside the vehicle.
The walk-thru park of the safari will remain closed until further notice and restroom facilities are limited.
Lion Country Safari is one of Palm Beach County’s most popular attractions for both locals and visitors. The safari is the only drive through and walk through safari in the entire State of Florida.
Lion Country Safari is home to more than 600 acres with over 1000 animals from six different continents that roam freely throughout the seven different sections of the safari grounds. Some of the notable species and animals that roam freely include zebras, chimpanzees, lions, white rhinos, and giraffes.
The Lion Country Safari claims to be the first cage free safari in the United States. The safari has won numerous awards and recognitions throughout the years including “One of the Best Drive Through Safari’s”, “Top Palm Beach County Attraction”, “Local Attraction of 2019” and “Certificate of Excellence” in 2017 just to name a few.
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The Lion Country Safari is located at 2003 Lion Country Safari Road in Loxahatchee, Florida.