Jungle Island, Miami
Jungle Island, Miami - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132, United States
Ticket Price: 33 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Jungle Island, Miami
This interactive zoo has had some seriously impressive dignitaries visit it over its history; the list includes Winston Churchill (who cheesed the camera with a cockatoo) and Steven Spielberg. Kids, take note, you actually get to play with and feed the star attractions here (the ones who aren’t willing to eat you). These cuddlies include Kangaroos, Capuchins, Lemurs and even a Condor. OK, the Condor would probably eat you, but only if you were dead to begin with. Another celebrity here is Hercules the Liger, the love child of a Lion and a Tiger. Check out the Serpentarium for the reptiles and penguins and the Parrot Bowl for exotic birds. If you really want to feel good about coming here, keep in mind the Jungle Island is the only naturally sustainable zoo in all of USA! Jungle Island is one of the attractions in 2 Days Itinerary Miami and 3 Days Itinerary Miami. Must visit this awesome attraction.
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Jungle Island Ticket Prices
- One-day pass: $32.95
- Interacting with Lemurs: $39.95
- Hanging with sloths: $29.95
- For annual passes and tours, refer to the website.
How To reach Jungle Island by Public Transport
- 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
Restaurants Near Jungle Island
- Aegean Bistro
- Toro Toro
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Jungle Island, Miami Reviews - Write a Review
Animals are not ours to use nor abuse. We are mammals. They are mammals. They birds who were dinosaurs. We all are fish walking and talking. No animal should a slave of another nor a circus act. There are much better things to admire for beauty in nature wild and free not caged. Like the orangutan here far her indonesian home. A travesty of a business.
Do NOT go to Jungle Island!!! I used to go here all the time when I was a kid and unaware of all of the sketchy activity that goes on here. They offer photo opportunities with baby tigers, but they don't have an exhibit with the tigers once they grow up. They are constantly acquiring baby tigers and giving them away when they get older, which makes me wonder where they are coming from and where they go when they are too big to take photos with. I have also seen the black panther here pacing back and forth constantly in its tiny enclosure, he definitely needs more room. You are better off going to Lion Country Safari or the Miami Zoo.
I love Jungle Island! I come here very often with my friends and always have a great time. I always make sure to stop here when i'm in the Miami Area. This zoo has lots of wonderful animals and sights. The shows are also very entertaining and educational. I always learn something new here! The penguins are also super adorable and I always enjoy watching their show. I also enjoy observing the alligators and the rest of the serpents. This zoo has so many different animals to look at and lots of activities, that I never run out of things to do and see. All of the animals, especially the birds are very friendly and sociable, and I love feeding them. The petting zoo is also very nice, where you can feed the goats with bottles and brush their hair. It is also so cool that they allow you to interact with baby kangaroos face to face. I can't think of any other place where you would be able to do that.The restaurant is also pretty good, however overpriced, just like the admission. To me it is worth if however, as the experience of seeing these unique, beautiful animals is amazing.
I am a professional animal trainer based in Long Island NY and I routinely supply exotic animals for TV appearances in NYC. On a recent trip to Miami, I decided to visit Jungle Island. I have been to many zoos in my life and was blown away by Jungle Island. It may not be the biggest zoo (roughly only about 20 acres) but they offer unique experiences that cannot be beat. The ornate exhibits are beautiful and allow you to get within a few inches of each animal (in contrast to dry motes and grottos in other modern-day zoos that keep the animals very far away from the viewing public).
Overpriced, but nice - 30$ would be okay, but 42-47$ is too much. You have even to pay for parking! Kids will be happy, for adults it's not bad but nothing special. The best is kangaroo pavilion where you can touch them - very relaxing. A lot of nice parrots everywhere. But some animals in the small cages looks unhappy. The staff is friendly and try to do best for customers. The bird show is nice, but the tiger show is really boring. But still it's better to go this place then not to go.