Out Of Africa Wildlife Park

Out of Africa; A Day Trip from Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

Tigers – You’ve never seen anything like this before! Witness one or more Bengal and Siberian tigers interact in a predator-and-play relationship, romping and splashing in a large pool as they play with their caretakers and various colorful toys at Out of Africa Wildlife Park

.Tigers performing at Out of Africa Wildlife Park near Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

Predator Feed – Follow our animal caretakers on the Predator Feed as they throw 800 pounds of raw food to eagerly waiting carnivores. Plenty of opportunities to take amazing pictures while bears chow down, hyenas laugh, and lions roar.Lions at Out of Africa Wildlife Park near Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

Wonders of Wildlife Show – You’ll be fascinated by the antics of our residents, whether it’s grizzly bears at play flopping in the pool, spotted hyenas playing tug-of-war with caretakers, or a walkabout where you’re shown a rare side of exotic animals.Swimming bears at Out of Africa Wildlife Park near Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

Creature Feature  - Experience an interactive animal encounter that will introduce you to some of our beloved and popular animal stars ranging from furry, to feathered, to scaly.Children hold constrictor snake at Out of Africa Wildlife Park near Grand Canyon Bed and BreakfastBaby meeting deer at Out of Africa Wildlife Park near Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

 

Giant Snake Show – Get behind the myths, and discover the reality of the Giant Snake. Take advantage of this interactive experience and opportunity to look closely. If you choose to, you can even touch and hold some of the world’s largest species. Safe for all ages.

Lounging lions at Out of Africa Wildlife Park near Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

Wildlife Preserve – Engage the splendor of the wildlife preserve, composed of the free-roaming Serengeti, the entertainment arena and courts, and spacious habitats located throughout the park. Enjoy by foot or park vehicles.

Some of the animals that live at Out of Africa Wildlife Park are considered to be threatened species. Additionally, we have animals that are considered to be near threatened, which means that they are in danger of being placed in the category of threatened in the future. Out of Africa Wildlife Park works in partnership with our global community to help conserve these animals for our planet. As a friend of Out of Africa Wildlife Park, there are many ways that you can get involved in this effort.

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