It’s Time for an Even BIGGER Safari!

We’re so excited to have our three new rhinos available to the public, finally after 2 long years of awaiting their arrival! Other new species making their debut include Hamadryas baboons, striped hyenas, a serval cat, wreathed hornbills, Nile lechwe and many more rare and endangered African bird & hoof stock species, with plans to continue to expand the collection. Wildlife World’s popular Safari Tram’s new route will include the expansion, doubling its length & duration.  The new construction has been in the process of being developed since the completion of the original Safari Park 4 years ago. The 8-acre addition will bring the total size of Safari Park to nearly 25 acres!

Species in the Safari Park Expansion Include:

  • 3 New Rhinos
  • Hamadryas Baboon
  • Striped Hyena
  • Nyala
  • East African Crowned Crane
  • Java Green Peafowl
  • Military Macaw
  • Collie’s Magpie Jay
  • Wreathed Hornbill
  • Common Vervet Monkey
  • Debrazza’s Monkey
  • African Flamingo
  • Springbok
  • Cape Barren Geese
  • Serval
  • Thomson’s Gazelle
  • Verreaux’s Eagle-Owl
  • Blue Bellied Roller
  • Great Argus Pheasant
  • Red-Legged Seriema
  • Nile Lechwe