San Diego Safari Park Transportation and Admission
- Family friendly
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Ideal choice for families
The Heart of Africa is the largest, most exciting new development in San Diego Zoo Safari Park history. It invites you to experience an African style safari as you search for wildlife in the 30-acre habitat. The WAGASA Bush Line Monorail is an incredible 55 minute ride which takes you through Africa and Asia to see animals in the expansive, naturalistic enclosures of San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Test your wildlife knowledge at the Animal Trackers show, and get up-close and personal with animals at various keeper talks throughout the day. With so much to see and do at San Diego Zoo Safari Park, you are sure to enjoy a day of fun and education for the whole family.
Please note: This is a transportation and admission package. You will not be able to redeem
your voucher at San Diego Safari Park.
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Transporation and Admission
Transportation and admission to San Diego Safari Park.
USD $81.99Pricing details
Transportation only to San Diego Safari Park. Admission is not included.
USD $38.99Pricing details
San Diego Round-Trip Theme Park Transfer: San Diego Safari Park
- Admission to the San Diego Safari Park (if option selected)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- This is a transportation and admission package, vouchers cannot be redeemed at the San Diego Safari Park
- Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
Some of the attractions at San Diego Zoo Safari Park include:
This interactive family show features life-sized "parade puppets," magic, and music to involve and entertain you as you help bring life-saving rain to the animals during this playful African folktale. Come join the fun and help bring the rain!
Test your knowledge of wildlife trivia as you play along during Animal Trackers, a new, interactive show at the Park. Held at Benbough Amphitheater, the game show-themed program includes visits from some very special animal guests. Come see how much you really know about animals!
Frequent Flyers Bird Show:
An East African crowned crane in flight is a stunning sight viewed by only a privileged few, until now! The crane is one of the stars of the Safari Park's all-new bird show, Frequent Flyers. Frequent Flyers offers spectacular flights and focuses on a variety of birds from around the world. You'll find this program engaging as you watch more birds free flying, offering a chance to see the feathered cast's natural talents. With over 40 different species and growing, no two shows will be the same. Frequent Flyers is full of great fun, natural history, fantastic stories, and, of course, lots of birds!
Meet a variety of critters and their trainers during these up-close-and personal talks throughout the Park. And always keep your eyes open, because you never know what wild thing may be making a surprise walk through (or flyby!).
You will be amazed by the way our keepers work with a 10,000-pound (4,500-kilogram) pachyderm, as elephants demonstrate behaviors that feature their strength, intelligence, and versatility.
Reviewed by: Thaddeus G, October 2015
My wife and I visited San Diego Safari Park in September while I was attending a local convention.
We flew from New Jersey and next day took the shuttle to the Park. The weather was beautiful and
the safari park was excellent. The only complaint was the unhelpful attitude from the customer desk
at Santa Fe train depot. But we're thankful to a couple tourists who helped us locate the shuttle.
Yes, the Safari Park is worth the trip even flying from East Coast.
Reviewed by: Belljxj, August 2013
This was a wonderful experience. Make sure you have good hiking shoes as you will be doing a lot of walking. There are plenty of resting spot to view the animal. Get a snak or just relax and enjoy the day.