Your Best Family Adventure! Bring your family for a day of adventure, education, and face-to-face interaction with beautiful wild animals. One price covers all regularly scheduled shows and tours at Out of Africa Wildlife Park.
Share kisses with the affectionate giraffe, Kibo or Pilgrim. Or count the stripes on the growing family of zebra, including Diligence, the leader of the herd. Don’t forget to stop at the full-flight Aviary, home to more than 100 beautiful birds.
Out of Africa Wildlife Park® is home to hundreds of animals, including big cats like lions, tigers, and leopards, along with hyena, sable antelope, ostrich, and many more exotic creatures that occupy our 104-acre preserve. They’ve developed exciting tours and shows to help you enjoy the park.
Out of Africa Wildlife Park Video:
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African Bush Safari
The African Bush Safari is an authentic African photo safari, narrated by expert guides where visitors encounter giraffe, zebra, gemsbok, sables, and other hooved animals. In the wilderness preserve, park guides provide educational tours on trams. Visitors may also take their time and walk the preserve. The park features photo platforms throughout the park with unobstructed views of the predators.
Shows at Out of Africa Wildlife Park
Predator Feed is not to be missed! On Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 3:00 p.m. follow animal caretakers as they feed 800 pounds of raw meat to eagerly waiting carnivores.
The Giant Snake Show
The Giant Snake Show happens at 2:15 p.m., Monday through Sunday and features a giant anaconda, python, or boa constrictor.
Tiger Splash™ is the most popular show ever at Out of Africa Wildlife Park! Tigers and caretakers play and swim in a 2,000-seat arena daily at 1:15 p.m.
Behind the Scenes VIP Tours available for an additional fee. The tour is conducted by an owner or expert caretaker. Reservations are required.
Out of Africa Wildlife Park Hours & Visitor Info
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Admission closes at 4 p.m.)
For more information, please call 928-567-2840 or visit the website.
VISITOR TIP: We suggest you allow at least five hours to experience all the shows, tours, and exhibits that the park has to offer.
Out of Africa Wildlife Park Interview with Founders
Arizona KEY Magazine had the opportunity to talk with Dean and Prayeri Harrison, founders of Out of Africa Wildlife Park, about a recently rescued baby mountain lion (named Sage). They shared their unique philosophy on living with and caring for the animals at Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde, AZ.