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Celebrate Asia: Summer Safari celebrates Asia with a family-friendly festival that features dancing, music, and acrobatics. Kids and adults alike will enjoy grooving to the beat of drums as they explore the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Hours of Operation: From June 25 - August 14, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park will be open between 9am-7pm. Longer hours give you and your family more time to join the festivities as you observe animals from all over the world.
Animal Encounters: The Safari Park's Summer Safari gives visitors the chance to meet some of the zoo's animal ambassadors and watch them in action. Catch the Frequent Flyers Show, Cheetah Run, Raptor Flight, and more!
Why It's Awesome: Watch the San Diego Zoo Safari Park transform into a hub of Asian-inspired activities and events this Summer. Live entertainment will be available throughout the park every day during the Asian Celebration.
Live Entertainment: You've probably heard of the traditional Chinese Lion Dance, but how often do you get to see it in person? At the Safari Park's Summer Safari, visitors will get the chance to witness a traditional Lion Dance to live Chinese Drumming. Guests can also watch the Safari Acrobats as they bend their bodies in mind-boggling fashion and attempt grativity-defying stunts. You won't want to miss it!
Interactive Opportunities: To go along with the Asian-themed festival, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is offering guests a Taste of Asia. Your tastebuds will thank you for this mouth-watering tour of Asia that includes samples of bahn mi, spring rolls, pork buns, and much more. $25 gets you 6 samples. Once you're stuffed, participate in the interactive Bollywood Dancing for a real treat! Animal presentations will also be available throughout the day, so you can meet the Safari Park's animal ambassadors, including a cheetah, alligator, and many other exotice species.
The Local Scoop: Global Tiger Day is on July 20th, which falls smack dab in the middle of the Safari Park's Asian Celebration this Summer. Be sure to visit the San Diego Zoo Safari Park on this very special day.
Do Bring a Camera: You'll want to capture the amazing memories you make while spending a day exploring the Safari Park Summer Safari. From feeding giraffes to observing the Cheetah Run, there are a lot of experiences to remember.
Do Plan in Advance: Since the Summer Safari Asian Celebration offers guests more action-packed fun, it's a good idea to plan out your day so you don't miss any shows or animal encounters during your visit.
Don't Miss Out: The San Diego Zoo Safari Park will be celebrating Asia for a limited time this Summer. Be sure to stop on by during this spectacular celebration.
Don't Forget Walking Shoes: The Safari Park covers 1,800 acres in San Diego's San Pasqual Valley. As one of the largest tourist attractions in the area, you can bet you'll be walking all day. Bring comfortable shoes to ensure your visit is as enjoyable as possible.
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