This Time You’re In Cage, At Chilean Parque Safari Zoo

A safari in Chile, You are the one in a Iron cage with Lions on Top. Lions are local to Africa, not South America. In any case, here at the Safari Park Zoo, the main stop in Latin America where travelers can see from a short separation six lions in a two-hectares substantial open region, the lions are the greatest draw. The parts, on the other hand, are turned around. Inside the safari, visitors go in an enclosure like vehicle, and the lions are allowed to look at them (with hungry interest, maybe) and stroll on the confines. It’s an uncommon sort of rush and, ideally, engrossing for both sides.

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In Chilean Parque Safari Zoo, You’re the one in a confine !

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