Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch456 Votes Currently Open
About 500 animals wander through the 400 acres of this mini safari park in three large pastures. While there are no big predators or elephants, the abundance of Zebra, Wildebeest, Gazelle, Buffalo, Emu, llama, Ostrich, Watusi Cattle, Aoudad, Fallow Deer, Gemsbok, Greater Kudu, Blue Bull, Nilgal Male, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Addax, Elk more than create the safari experience.
Of the minor activities, the first is the Walk-A-Bout, where you get to visit the 20 foot reticulated giraffes, see the Scarlet Macaw, the Amazon Parrot, and the Gibbon; visit the mote encircled Lemur Island enclosure, and Peacocks.
Wanna get even more up close and personal with the animals – the Petting Barnyard is your next destination where you can get affectionate with some llamas, Emus and African Pygmy Goats. Don’t miss out on getting souvenirs from the African Trading Post. The main attraction is of course the drive through that takes you over rolling hills and creeks while the rest of animals gaze at you and you wonder – exactly who is on display here?
Entrance Ticket Details For Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch
- Adults: 22 USD
- Seniors (65 and above): 20 USD
- Children(3-11yrs): 13.50 USD
- Children under 3 are free
- For Annual and other tickets, refer to the website.
Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch Hours
- Timings vary as per weather and other factors. Please check the official calendar before visiting.
How to Reach Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch
- By rented car from city centre.
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16.44% of people who visit San Antonio include Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
60% of people start their Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch
90% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch