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Out of Africa Wildlife Park Sedona

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Taj, Royal White Bengal  Tiger and Jamaica, Asian  Leopard are both  endangered species.

Get up close and personal  riding through the Serengeti  on one of our authentic  Mercedes Unimogs.

One of the animals you'll encounter on the Serengeti Safari at Out of Africa Wildlife Park!

Whether you're a resident or visiting Arizona, Out of Africa Wildlife Park is a must do for the entire family. Located just 90 minutes north of Phoenix and 30 minutes south of Sedona, it IS Arizona's BEST wildlife theme park. This 104 acre slice of heaven boasts hundreds of exotic animals from all over the world.

It's a full day's adventure at Out of Africa Wildlife Park… Enjoy the Serengeti preserve on the African Bush Safari Tours…marvel at the Predator Feed…take in a Giant Snake Show…and the Wonders of Wildlife Show. Enjoy viewing the animals in the Wildlife Preserve…and whatever you do, don't miss their signature show…TIGER SPLASH! Set in a beautiful outdoor arena where every seat has a great view…watch magnificent tigers interact in a predator / prey relationship of romping, stomping, and of course, splashing in a large pool as they play with their caretakers. Discover how instincts, intellect, and feelings trigger spontaneous natural behavior.

All of this is covered in the price of general admission. If you're looking for other optional adventures, reserve your seat on the Unimog Adventure Tour. Ever fed a tiger…safely? Then try 'Feed-a-Tiger' and see how big these cats are up close…and for an exclusive, 3 hour, behind-the-scenes excursion…sign up for the VIP Tour hosted by the park founders or lead caretakers.

Food is available on site at the Jungle Hut Eatery and very unique gifts and souvenirs are available at the gift shop.

Visit Out of Africa Wildlife Park, and see what sets them apart!

The park is open everyday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm; Closed only on Thanksgiving & Christmas Day.

It is located 3 miles west of I-17 (exit 287) on Highway 260 towards Cottonwood. Turn left at the traffic light at Cherry Road and follow the signs. For more information, visit!