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San Diego Zoo Safari Park

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Max
Max
September 16, 2019
Beautiful location on the outside of San Diego. The drive is nice and the mind might be tricked thinking you are on a real safari!
Ellie
Ellie
August 10, 2019
Another great place to see animals in San Diego! Just over 30 minutes and just over 28 miles Northeast.
Van
Van
July 27, 2019
See the animals roam in an open, unenclosed area while riding on a safari train!
Chris
Chris
July 21, 2019
I like this place better then the ZOO. More open feel. The Safari Tram ride is awesome! 1 day Pass Adult $56 Child $46 2 visit pass (includes ZOO) Adult $56 $89.60 Child $46 $79.60 SAN DIEGO 3-FOR-1 PASS ADULT $149 CHILD $139 Parking fee is $15 per vehicle GO SAN…
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
June 11, 2019
Just a 30 minute drive. Fun place to spend the day. Gets really hot in the summer.

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San Diego, CA 92027
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