San Diego Zoo Safari Park
Choose between a 1-day ticket to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park or upgrade to a 2-visit pass which is valid for either a 2nd day at the Safari Park or a visit to the San Diego Zoo.
Venture into the dense forests and grassy savannas at the Heart of Africa, a 32 acre safari trail. Miles of walking trails lead guests to overlooks of lions, tigers and special encounters with exotic creatures. Stroll through Nairobi Village for shopping and dining.
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15500 San Pasqual Valley Road
Escondido CA 92027
(35 miles north of the San Diego Zoo and east of Escondido)
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1-day pass to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park
USD $48.00Pricing details
Valid for one (1) visit to both the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park OR two (2) visits to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park
USD $86.00Pricing details
- 1-day admission to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park (if option selected)
- 2-Visit Pass (if option selected)
- Unlimted rides on the Africa Tram
- Cheetah Run
- All Animal Exhibits and Shows
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Food and drink
- Parking (additional fees)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Strollers and wheelchairs are available for rental at the front plaza near the entrance
- The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is approximately 40 miles from the cruise ship terminal
- Kids Go Free October: For each paying adult one child receives free admission. Additional child admissions will be charged at the gate. Only valid for travel in October
Cheetah Run: Witness the fastest land mammal up close and personal doing what it does best: run! During Cheetah Run, watch as the sleek cat races on a straight 330-foot-long track that allows it to really stretch its legs and reach maximum speed of about 70 miles per hour.
Conservation Carousel: For kids and kids at heart, our colorful Conservation Carousel features 60 ride elements to choose from, many of which replicate rare and endangered animals. You can ride a giraffe, rhino, zebra, cheetah, and more—which will be your favorite? $3 per person for one ride or $6 per person for an all-day wristband.
Lorikeet Landing: Watch our colorful rainbow lorikeets swoop down to enjoy nectar offered by guests. Exhibit entrance is free; lorikeet food is available for purchase to experience the thrill of feeding these birds by hand.
Robert the Zebra: If you've ever wanted to have a conversation with a zebra—or even if it never crossed your mind—this is your chance! Robert the Zebra lives in digital, animated form on a large screen, where he can see the people who have come to visit. He asks questions, cracks jokes, talks about zebra life, and is very curious about humans. Chat with our interactive digital zebra in the Park's Discovery Station Amphitheater.
Fisher-Price Samburu Jungle Gym: Kids love to climb and explore in this safari-themed play area; parents love the shade-covered picnic area! Located below Benbough Amphitheater.
Discovery Station: This kid-friendly area is filled with musical instruments, puppets, books, craft activities, and wildlife "toys" and is designed to give children and their adult companions a playful space for animal-themed fun. Educators facilitate learning and activities every day during Park operating hours. You can stop by for an impromptu animal presentation or do a stone rubbing of your favorite animal footprint.
Frequent Flyers Bird Show: Watch as our avian stars soar over your head and perform other feats that showcase their amazing natural abilities! Located at Bird Show Amphitheater, between Gorilla Forest and African Woods.
Reviewed by: Adeline C, May 2014
Was wonderful! I have been a couple times before but this time took the Behind the Scenes Tour and would recommend it to everyone. Our guide was so pleasant, accommodating and informative! Loved seeing the baby lions up close!
Reviewed by: Charlene F, USA, July 2013
This is a great place to visit. It's a bit different than a Zoo. The tram ride is fantastic and so informative.
Then all the exhibits are fabulous -- they have great food -- it's just a really nice day to spend. Again, can't see it all in just one visit. Go back again and again.