Safari Park
Was Wild Animal Park, San Diego, California. Think of it as a more relaxed form of a zoo spread out over many hills. The most important thing to bring to this park is a really good pair of walking shoes.
Africa Tram Bonsai House Conifer Garden Roar Snore Safari Park
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Bonsai House, In Safari Park

Up just beyond Conifer Garden was an open air structure containingfine examples of bonsai plants.

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Conifer Garden, In Safari Park

The Conifer Garden was at the end of a long uphill walkpast the big cat enclosures.

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Safari Park, San Diego

Located just northeast of downtown San Diego, was a version of the zoothat was spread out over 1800 acres (7.3 square kilometers) of area.

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Roar Snore, In Safari Park

Central to the park was a camp area called, "Roar And Snore," in whichone may rent a tent to stay in overnight.

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Africa Tram, Safari

A multi-car vehicle tour through the park which wasthe least expensive tour save for walking. The tramprovide closeup views of many animals and ended nearthe dramatic lion enclosure.

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