Nashville December 02, 2018
Go On A Day Trip Safari Without Leaving The State At This Park Near Nashville
Did you know that you can go on an authentic African safari just two hours from Nashville? It sounds too good to be true, but the Tennessee Safari Park has made all sorts of dreams come true, whether you’re an exotic animal enthusiast or simply a rabid fan of, “The Lion King”. Tennessee may be made up of lush valleys and craggy mountains, but it also does a mean African savanna impersonation.
If you've never had a zebra stick their head in your car, then you really haven't lived, have you? Here in the south, the Tennessee Safari Park located in Alamo, Tennessee makes for an incredible exotic experience close to home.
The park operates as a drive-thru zoo of sorts, a unique day trip that will give you all sorts of memory fodder. You'll find your car surrounded by roaming wildlife, free to gallivant through the Tennessee wilderness.
If you've never seen an ostrich in real life, then now is your chance! Know that you will have to sign a waiver before driving through, mainly because animals will be animals and their actions cannot be predicted.
We can't get over this little cutie pie! You'll be able to buy food for animal feedings along your 5.5 mile drive, which will keep plenty of animals interested and curious about your jaunt through their habitat.
There are all sorts of creatures, big and small. This Amazon Milky Frog simply takes our breath away. What an intimate look at the intricacies of Mother Nature.
Friends big and small are welcome to experience the incredible beauty of this local safari phenomenon.
You just might feel like you've left the rolling hills of Tennessee and teleported straight to the savanna of Africa! "Exotic animal food" is available for purchase on-site, and add a delightful amount of fun to the day.
Are you up for visiting? Have you been? The route will most likely take you an hour or two, and the earlier you show up, the better!
You can experience the beauty and wonder of this incredible Tennessee Safari Park every single day of the year. Tickets are available for purchase for $16 an adult and $12 per child, which you can pay in cash-only at the entry gate.
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