You’re in your car driving and notice a rhinoceros in your rear view mirror, ahead of you is a giraffe with its long elegant stride, and to the passenger side of your vehicle is the intimidating stare of a lion. No, you’re not driving through a South African Safari. That’s Lion Country Safari, Florida’s only drive-through safari and walk-through amusement park with over 900 wild animal, including lions, giraffes, zebras, ostriches, and rhinos.
Noire Miami is helping you drive yourself WILD and giving away a few pairs of tickets to enjoy a wild safari adventure. Make it a date, a girlfriend’s day out, or take out the family…but there’s only one way to win the tickets. You have to read on, find the hidden question, and respond with your answer in the comment section below this article. The first three people to respond in the comment section with the correct answers will win the pair of tickets. Even if you don’t win, visit www.lioncountrysafari.com for coupons to your next safari adventure.
About Lion Country Safari
As America’s first drive-through wildlife preserve, Lion Country Safari located in Palm Beach County gives you an up close and personal view of the wildlife in their own natural element. Start off with the four-mile drive cruising through seven different sections of the safari. Drive through large herds of animals from six continents as they roam about freely, but no worries about any danger…you’re protected while enclosed in your vehicle.
After visiting the safari, explore Safari World Amusement Park with 6 rides, animal shows, giraffe and bird encounters, a water sprayground and waterslides, dozens of animal exhibits and more. Get just feet away from the world’s largest herd of zebra (outside of the wild herds in Africa), take the Safari Queen boat road around the amusement park, feed a giraffe, play miniature golf, and even ride a camel. When did Lion Country Safari first opened? Answer the question below for a chance to win a pair of tickets. There’s also a giant Ferris wheel and an interactive water park to cool down in.
There’s plenty to see and do that it is recommended that you allow 5 hours to see everything WILD at Lion Country Safari. The preserve is opened every day of the year and tickets are $29.95 per person ages 10-64; $26.95 for seniors 65 and older, $21.95 for children ages 3-9, and free for toddlers up to 2 years. Hidden question #2: name the seven preserves in the drive-through safari. Post your answer below. Annual passes are also available and are a great bargain if you attend more than once in a year. Parking is $6 per vehicle. A Safari Day Camp is also available during the summer months. For more information, visit www.lioncountrysafari.com or call (561) 793-1084.
Found the hidden question? Answer the question correctly in the comment box below and the first three answers will each win a pair of tickets to their next WILD adventure.