On the weekend of a business trip, I visited the safari park using the regular service provided locally.
It is good to be there early in the morning, so it will still be no too hot. However, there is some waiting included. Ticket office opens after 9 a.m., and then all people who buy entrance for the safari trip are lined up neatly in waiting houses - each one big enough that all people sitting there will enter into one of the caged mini-buses.
Tourists were seated directly behind guide and driver. In the visit to the park, we saw deer, bufalos, lions, tigers, white tigers,bears, monkeys and other animals. This is not the siye of a real natural park, Rather, the visit is like what we call in Europe a Safari park - each species have their own, big, territory, so much larger than in a zoo, but still they are not like in their natural environment. You pass with the minibus through iron gates and fences.
The animals are visible - at least all of them were in our morning trip - but it seemed like somenone had woken up the lions and pushed out of their house just before the bus came by.
Anyway, it is worth going there, since you see really big and impressive tigers and lions.
On the way back, at the end of the tour, you can also visit a little garden with a buttefly park. This is also worth visiting.
The zoo you can enter also with the ticket, but this is just an ordinary zoo with sometimes not so nice places for the animals.
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