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My wife loves animals so I surprised her with a stay at Vision Quest after reading all the positive reviews. It was a great experience and make sure you check in on time (3PM) because the keepers bring a couple different animals for you to...More
Response from FromOurManagement, President, Monterey Zoo at Vision Quest Safari Bed & BreakfastResponded 1 week ago
We promise as you return, you will see the smaller enclosures disappear, one by one, as quickly as sponsor and donations arrive which we are working/begging feverishly to achieve. Our hope is that others, like yourself, will see that effort and recognize that...More
Just wanted to say thank you to the folks at Vision Quest! You guys made my daughters 7th birthday amazing.. we got to wash elephants, play with some of the animals and feed the big cats! I don’t know if it was she or I...More
I went for a birthday trip. We stayed 2 nights in Giraffe manner, as it had the best view of the elephant play yard. Vision Quest has a full zoo, which we did enjoy, but I was there to soak up every minute of the...More
Absolutely loved our stay here and seeing the elephants up close and personal. The tour of the Monterey Zoo was very informational, and all their new big cats enclosures looked huge.
Our stay in early November found us with rather cool overnight temperatures. Pack your...More
You're not going here for luxury, you're going for an experience. And it's a great one. The tents are nicely furnished, but they're definitely tents. (Our first night was extremely windy, so it was rather noisy, but we didn't get blown into the elephant pen,...More
Response from AmySue1981 | Reviewed this property |
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The... More
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The elephants go into their enclosure for the night, and you can feed them, touch their trunks and ask any questions of the trainers. My kids loved it.
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"The more expensive rooms (almost $300) are worth it because you can see the elephant's yard from the room."