Jungle Island4387 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132, United States, 33132
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3054007000
- Fax: +1-3054007291
- Ticket Price: 33 USD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Island, Zoo, Family And Kids, Social, Zoos, Aquariums And Wildlife Sanctuaries
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.
Jungle Island Tickets have been our hot sellers for a while now. Pre-booked to get the best price of Tickets for Jungle Island, these tickets are highly anticipated. Kids and adults alike, everyone is ought to have a very good time feeding the inmates of the island! To get the best of the deals into the attractions, check out our section for Jungle Island ticket prices. Tickets come with various opportunities, subjective to your agenda, so you can buy tickets for Jungle Island as per your choice. A good idea - Book tickets for Jungle Island in advance.
Entrance Ticket Details For Jungle Island
- 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
- 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
- Aegean Bistro
- Toro Toro
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41.32% of people who visit Miami include Jungle Island in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
46.26% of people start their Jungle Island visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Jungle Island
93.36% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Jungle Island
Jungle Island Reviews & Ratings
We loved this place. Not cheap, especially if you do some of the premium activities. But we didn’t fly to Florida not to spend any money, so we chose to play with the Lemurs, about $30 each for about 10 minutes but totally worth it. They know how to work a group, I am talking about the Lemurs. They jumped on our laps and heads. So soft and friendly. The rest of the park we enjoyed lots of animals to see, we saw a great bird show and got to interact with birds. The kids loved the zip line, which had little wait and was included with admission. Lots of lizards running around everywhere, which adds to the ambience. Washrooms were actually clean. Parking was easy. Not crowded at all. Great time.
It was closed due to construction for a Lantern festival. However they did bring out some animals and birds to enjoy. We were a party of 4 and we were able to catch up on old times while relaxing in the reception area. It had tables, chairs and a food vendor. The little one was able to blow off a bit of steam. It was enjoyable to us.
A wonderful place where the employees take a great care of the animals and let you be in a very close contact with them. We got to pet some gorgeous birds and kangaroos. Thank you for creating this experience for the people and also keeping the animals in such a great environment!
Very lovely and beautiful. The lights at night are very beautiful. A couple of things to note. the entrance price is cheaper at night and you might want to park in the free lot as the garage is $15 per car.
Too much money for what you get. Also the signals are not enough, we wasted too much time try to get to a show and got there at 12:32 PM, 2 minutes late and the lady told us..."you are late, you need to use the other entrance now"... we were 4 moms with 5 kids, that doesn't have sense, and she was very rude, that's no the way to treat people. I am not coming back. Also there is not a petty "ZOO", there are only goats, no more animals to pet.
Is the place open December 21-24th this year? Is the gen admission $33 per person? Is there a parking fee if so how much?Answer Report Abuse
Yes, the Jungle Island is starting from 20th December this year.
The basic tickets start from USD 21 and VIP will cost you somewhere around USD 70.
I think the parking fee is between USD 10 to USD 15.Report Abuse