Sep 27, 2020 10:00 PM EST
Buy Direct For: $81
Naples Zoo is a nationally accredited zoo and yet much more than a walk-through zoo. The zoo also features a full day of fun activities. The paved path winds nearly a mile past rare and beautiful animals residing within a historic tropical garden of exotic plants first planted in 1919 with a fascinating history.
In this tropical setting, you can take delight at seeing many of your favorite animals like lions, kangaroos, monkeys, and bears. In addition, you'll also discover feature exhibits and an array of more rarely seen creatures like the fosas of Madagascar or an Asian deer that barks and eats meat.
Beyond the exhibits and gardens, the best of the zoo can be seen by taking in the full day of fun and entertaining presentations and activities that have a solid conservation foundation. Safari Canyon presentations enable you to understand wildlife in exciting ways through living animals, wildlife video, and live camera close-ups. The Primate Expedition Cruise takes you through islands inhabited by monkeys, lemurs, and apes. You can also enjoy the Meet the Keeper Series, Snake Sunbathing, and Alligator Bay Feeding. Children have fun at the presentations and exploring each of the play areas.
Combining conservation and recreation, Naples Zoo offers fun for every generation. You'll also discover a number of ways to get involved in helping animals. The zoo is accredited by the prestigious Association of Zoos and Aquariums and is an institutional member of the American Association of Zoo Keepers.
- One-Day General Admission Passes for (4) Adults (ages 13 and above). (Children ages 2 and under are free).
- Your Admission Includes: Primate Expedition Cruise, Meet the Keeper Series, Alligator Bay Hand-Feeding, Historic Tropical Garden, Safari Canyon Theater Shows, and All Animal Exhibits.
- Open Daily from 9am-5pm. Closed Thanksgiving & Christmas Day. Inclement weather may cause an unannounced closing for the safety of our guests and our animals.
Redeemable between Oct. 4, 2020
and Jan. 1, 2021