Zoological Wildlife Foundation

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    16225 SW 172 Ave
    Miami FL 33187
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Zoological Wildlife Foundation

Committed to raising awareness about endangered species, the Zoological Wildlife Foundation in Miami, Florida also doubles up as a top notch family destination. Spread over an area of 5 acres, the zoo houses a range of animals including African lions, Amur leopards, Brown lemur, prairie dogs, servals, bengal tigers among several other rare and exotic species. In addition, the zoo plays host to a substantial number of birds and reptiles. 

The unique selling proposition of the zoo lies in the fact that it offers more man and animal interaction opportunities than any other zoo in the southern Florida region. Perfect for grown ups and kids alike, you can book a private tour at the zoo that remains open 7 days a week.

So what can you expect on a tour? The most thrilling part, obviously, is the opportunity to get up, close and personal with some of the most intriguing and exotic animals. You observe these animals in their natural habitat, and even get to hold and cuddle with some of them. From feeding berries to the attractive Toco Toucan, and meeting baby gibbons and other adorable varieties of monkeys, a tour around this zoo is sure to remain an unforgettable experience for your entire family. 

Depending on the private tour package chosen, you can get delightful photo opportunities with cute Amur Leopard cubs, tiger cubs, clouded leopard cubs, serval, sloth, European eagle owl, and an assorted group of primates! The intimate tour at this impeccably well run zoo does not end here as you and your family can enjoy petting a range of farm animals including the adorable kune kune pigs from New Zealand. 

The tour itself is superbly organized, as you would get around the zoo ground on a trolley, with a knowledgeable guide informs, and educates you about various exotic animals, the risk being faced by them and their habitat, and progress made on their conservation efforts.