BKK-B30 : Safari World

Overview :
Safari World, is a drive-in zoological park divided into two parts; Safari Park, an open zoo with wild animals and Marine Park where there are a variety of marine animals + shows of trained dolphins, birds, seals & Orangutan. Get to feed the Giraffes as close as you could never expect. Get to hold the small tiger cubes 1-7 months old and feed them with small milk bottles, carry an Orangutan baby. Much more fun to enjoy in the amazing park within 1 day.

Type :

Duration :
Full Day
Price : 1,100 THB
Tour Rating :

 

Program Details:
 

08.00     PICK UP FROM THE VARIOUS HOTEL

08.30     LEAVE BANGKOK FOR THE SAFARI WORLD

09.30     ARRIVE THE SAFARI PARK , THEN DRIVE THROUGH THE SCENIC SAFARI PARK PRESENTS A

               UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE CLOSEST ENCOUNTER WITH THE RARE SPECIES OF WILD ANIMAL  KINGDOM

12.00     INTERNATIONAL BUFFET LUNCH

13.00     VISIT MARINE PARK , HOUSING A SPECTRUM OF ANIMAL FROM LAND, SEA AND AIR 

              AND SETTING THE SCENES FOR 7 AMAZING WORLD CLASS  SHOWS. FROM LIVE  ACTION STUNT  SPECTACULAR TO                

               PERFORMANCES BY ANIMAL.

15.30     WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF ANIMALS!  GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL TO WILD ANIMALS AT THE SAFARI WORLD,                    THE OPEN CONCEPT ZOO AS IF YOU ARE IN   AFRICA.

16.30     SAY GOODBYE TO ALL ANIMALS AND TRANSFER BACK TO HOTEL.

 
 
 
Inclusions:
  • Air-conditioned vehicle with an English-speaking guide
  • Admission fee as mentioned on this program
  • Transfers from/to hotel Round trip  transfer to your hotel 
  • Lunch as mentioned on this program
Exclusions:
  • Tips not necessary but as gratitude for your Tour Guide/Driver. “It’s up to you”.
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, tips, insurance
  • Other service not mentioned on this program
 
Note:                    
  • Exact pick up time will be confirmed at reservation

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