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Natural Bridge - Virginia Safari Park


Located in scenic Natural Bridge, Virginia the 180-acre park is home to over 1,000 exotic animals from 6 continents. Drive along 3 miles of road in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. With the Blue Ridge Mountains as your backdrop, animals of all sizes, shapes and colors approach your vehicle in search of a tasty bucket of feed! In addition to the Safari Drive-Thru, stroll along the pathways in the Safari Village where you will find a wide variety of exhibits everyone can enjoy! 


John Matthews

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
This is the BEST Safari Park we have ever been to. A great collection of animals on 130 acres. The animals are well cared for, many of which like interacting with visitors. The ride through the park on the wagons is the best way to interact and Fred the animals. The birds in the budgie enclosure eat right out of your hand. The facility is immaculately maintained and managed. A great experience for all ages but best for children.

Tara Staton

Friday, March 16, 2018
One of the most fun experiences I've had in a mighty long time! All of my kids enjoyed it! I would only recommend that you go ahead and drive through the first area where the llamas are basically! Buy plenty of food if you really enjoy the animals, because it is a Long Trail and there are many beautiful animals to encounter! Would love to do this again and again!

Emily Preuss-Anderson

Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018
Safari park you are one of the best places to visit where people truly love and care for animals. All of the animals seen well adapted to the park and love having hooman friends to cuddle and nibble treats from. I have been going to this park since I was a child and it still holds me to it because it is amazing and so much fun. I love the drive through portion, but the petting zoo and exhibits are just as great. Lots of fun memories and good times had by all.

Samuel Bradshaw

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Tons of random animals. Never been to a self drive safari before. I enjoy this a lot. Just be careful of the llamas. They will rip the food bucket out of your hands. The place is a lot bigger than it appears at first.

Bryan Shoemaker

Sunday, March 11, 2018
This place is awesome. You will see animals right outside your car that you would usually never see. But be careful as while some are friendly others are just hungry. One ate my daughter's hair. And don't get my stated in the 🐫, those things will steal your food with their might jaws and equally strong bad breath. Keep your eyes peeled, last time we saw a a deer give birth as we drove by.

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