Giraffe Safari Adventure

Join a keeper on an adventurous tour through our African/Asian barn. You’ll have the rare opportunity to meet our giraffe herd up-close and interact with them.

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What to Expect

Along the way, prepare to make some stops to see a few of our giraffes’ friends that share the barn with them which may include red river hogs, bongos, rhinos, okapi and more!

This exotic animal adventure allows you to spend some quality time with our knowledgeable and friendly keepers who will be happy to fill you in on some fun facts and answer all your animal questions.

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Tips to Know

  • Minimum age 3
  • 6 people maximum
  • Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult
  • We recommend wearing close-toed shoes
  • Photos are not allowed
  • Testimonials from Our Visitors

    A Day in the Giraffe Safari Adventure

    Testimonials

    It was so cool to go behind-the-scenes to see the giraffes. We loved getting to feed and interact with them too. We got to meet many of the giraffes’ “friends” as well. This was such a unique experience. Would highly recommend for any age!

    Vickie

    We had an amazing time at Tanganyika. There’s so much to see and most importantly so much to do at this park. It’s always better to buy your tickets online and decide what activities you’d like to get involved in. We bought the all day pass that included two special feeding events.

    Shehan Fernandez

    We love this place! While we only visit every once in awhile since we moved, my kids have always loved coming here since they were little! Highly recommend, great for families especially with kids! Always clean and staff is always nice!!

    Ashleigh Ski

    Conservation Corner: Reticulated Giraffe

    Giraffes are facing a silent extinction. We partner with Giraffe Conservation Foundation to help raise funds for tracking giraffes so researchers and law makers can work together to establish protected areas. We also monitor heights on all our giraffe and submit them to Wild Nature to be compared with data on wild giraffe. The more we know about them the easier they are to conserve!