General info: : Wildlife Sanctuary
Entry Fee: : $ 60 for adults and $ 50 for children (3-11 yrs) including African tram and Cheetah run.
Parking fee: : $ 15 per vehicle (for RV parking: $ 20 per vehicle)
The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is a wide-ranging, not-for-profit wildlife sanctuary in the San Pasqual Valley near Escondido. It is situated thirty miles north of downtown San Diego, California. This safari park is one of the largest tourist attractions in San Diego County and is home to rich flora and fauna. It features over 3,000 animals exhibiting over 380 animal species from Asia, Africa, North-South America, Australia, and Europe. Moreover, there is a famous collection of 3,500 botanical species and 1.75 million specimens. The park also has the world's largest vet hospital.
More than half of the park's area, i.e., around 1,800-acre area is reserved for the habitat of protected native species. The prime exhibits of the park involve African woods, Asian Savannah, Condor Ridge, African Plains, Elephant Valley, etc.
The distance between the San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is 35 miles. The park is open throughout the year, in all kinds of weather, even on all holidays.