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Seniors Free All February at San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park

Published on: January 18, 2020


One of the nation’s favorite, most spectacular zoos housing wild and endangered animal species from the continents of Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America, and Australia, is free to guests age 65 and older in February 2020. The free admission adventure allows seniors to enter as many times as they like throughout the month (parking not included.)

Included with free admission is one of its most notable features, the open-air Africa Tram, which explores the expansive African exhibits. Cheetah Run and all regularly scheduled shows are also free to see, subject to availability.

With the world’s largest veterinary hospital, most successful breeding program of California condors, Nairobi Village, Gorilla Forest, Hidden Jungle, Elephant Valley, Lion Camp, and thousands of animals and birds to see, a visit to San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park is a great adventure for all ages! Just show your photo ID if you are age 65 or older, and the rest can get tickets & check out prices here.

Some residents…

  • Indian rhinoceros
  • Bactrian camels,
  • Asian deer
  • Antelope
  • Cape buffalo
  • Southern white rhinoceros
  • Rothschild’s and reticulated giraffe
  • Oryx
  • Grant’s gazelle
  • African crowned cranes, Dalmatian pelicans, Sacred ibises & Great white pelicans
  • Barbary stag
  • Grevy’s zebras
  • Blue wildebeest
  • Red river hog
  • Japanese serows
  • Black rhinoceroses
  • Przewalski’s horses
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