We spent THOUSANDS to come to Orlando from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Much of that spent on theme park tickets, food & souvenirs for IOA, Disney, etc. and but had the BEST time and most fun at Jungle Adventures. Special thanks to ""Reptile"" Ryan and Vanessa for taking such good care of us. We were definitely treated like VIPs during our VIP dinner tour and because of a very minor mishap (dinner was a tad late due to miscommunication), they went above and beyond with their customer se...view morervice to make up for it. Our kids LOVED feeding the animals & we had the entire park to ourselves. My favorites were Cuddles the snake and Prada the rhesus macaque. So informative. Vanessa was so accommodating & GREAT with the kids and Ryan had us captivated the entire evening. The sulfur smell that some have complained about is barely noticeable in just one area - and they NOTIFIED people about it. It's needed for the alligator's environment. Highly recommended!! MUST do!view lessProvided by Citysearch
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This park is required to have up to date licenses from local, state & federal regulators & inspections are required many times a year. Wrong facts in this review: Park has no lions. It is natural for deer to rub their antlers. As antlers grow they peel & shed. Wild wolves live much shorter lives than wolves in captivity. Ill animal notices were ""folded up so no one could read them"", how & when did they find out the deer were sick, before or after kid fed them?
Jungle Adventures i...view mores Florida the way I think it used to be, only a lot better. We were driving out to the beach, and then all of a sudden, there it was, a humongous alligator about the size of a building. We had to stop. This thing has got to be maybe 200 feet long or so. Its a real classic roadside attraction. You can kind of peak inside through this area where they have black bears, and it looked cool. So we went in. Its like a jungle where you walk through and see alligators and deer and Florida panthers and wolves. They have a boat ride on a river around this island in the middle of the park. There are girls, pretty ones, that tell you about the animals and the park. Its really fun, plus, there were no lines and it was inexpensive. We had such a good time, we skipped the beach. By the way, 4 years later, same raccoons are still alive.view less
This place has improved & is still improving.
My 85yr. old Mom & I did the "Safari Todd Program" on 04/27/09.
We spent the whole day with Todd, the staff & the animals,
behind the scenes... It was an absolutely great experience.
I/we HIGHLY recommend spending a day there & ...view more
I'll bet that you will return.
Thanks guys!view less
Please, I so strongly urge you NOT to visit Jungle Adventures in Christmas Florida. My family and I went there on 9/16/06.\r
The establishment left us nothing but anger and sadness at the way they handle the animals. Do we really need to see 6-8 raccoons starving in a cage? How is that a jungle adventure? The lions, stuffed 2 at a time in ""habitats"" which are way too small, wasting away. The wolves are in homes that are much too small as well, and it is honestly so upsettin...view moreg to watch. Some of the animals are ill and the pieces of paper to warn the public of the sick animals are folded up so no one can read them. The sick deer rubbed their gooey noses on my toddlers hands. The Atlers were cracked and flaked and they shook with illness. \r
We had a tour guide greet us who also said he was totally unprepared for the tour and offered no apologies. At that time we decided to leave and request our 50.00 dollar back and they conveniently said ""Sorry no refunds"" (Of course).\r
So again, if you are anywhere near Jungle Adventures KEEP DRIVING!view less