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When we arrived, I was a little nervous about the tent. I should not have been. It was decked out with the best amenities a tent can have (including a full bathroom with hot water). Though the winds were brisk, the tent's heater was more...More
We were given at night here from our kids as a gift. What a gift!!! We got to see many animals. We sat on our front porch and watched the elephants and other animals. We could hear the cats throughout the night. The staff were...More
Amazing place! It's like really expensive camping. You've got to stay more than one night, and do everything you can afford. Elephants bring you breakfast, there's all sorts of animals to see & learn about. The trainers here are all very knowledgeable, patient and great...More
We stayed in the Monkey House. There is only 1 monkey in the zoo, btw.. The monkey House is near the lions, which you can hear all night. I LIKED that. Unfortunately there is a tall fence with added Green slats over it. You can't...More
Really enjoyed staying at this amazing Safari B & B! The staff was great-very friendly, knowledgeable and always looking out for the best interest of the animals. We stayed in the Giraffe Manor, which was very comfortable & had 2 beds that could sleep 4....More
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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."