The Unique Park Everyone In Georgia Should Visit At Least Once

There’s something acutely funny about seeing a photo of a giraffe or a zebra with its head stuck inside a car window and its mouth open. But a photo is one thing— and at this outback safari in Pine Mountain, Georgia you’ll get the real thing!

1. Ask how long you can stay and/or how many times you can circle the 3.5-mile loop on the safari if you rent a “zebra” vehicle instead of using your own.
2. Go early in the day before the animals get full.
3. Many of the rental vehicles have bars on the windows.
4. Ask if the vehicle has air conditioning before you decide to rent a “zebra” car or van on a very hot day.
5. Take some baby wipes with you.
6. You can never have too many pellets!

Have you been to the Wild Animal Safari in Pine Mountain? We’d love to know and see your photos in our comments on Facebook!