Wild Animal Safari

To all animal lovers :)

I've always wanted to go to the Wild Animal Safari in Pine Mountain, GA. And what better way than going with my favorite International People.

They have all sorts of animals: ligers, zebu, watusi...yeah, I don't know what they are but they sound interesting to see :).

The adult price is $19.95. The minimum group size is 20 and I'm still waiting for the group discount rates.

There is a free tourbus, which we can reserve if we get 20 or more people.

You can check out their website for more info: www.animalsafari.com/Georgia/

Directions:From Atlanta, Georgia - Take I-85 South to Exit 21. This will put you on I-185 South. Go to Exit 42. Get off and turn left. Go approximately 6.7 miles and turn right on Oak Grove Road. The Park is two miles on your left.

Of course, we can carpool.

So, who's in to mingle with some wild ones :)

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  • A former member
    A former member

    it was a fantastic and delightful experience for everyone. A large and clean lot with lots of space and an artificial lake for all of these animals to live and enjoy their lives. All of these groups of animals were so friendly coming close to the buses and vans to be fed and touched. Of course a few more dangerous wild animals captivated in small cages which can happen in most of zoos worldwide.

    July 30, 2012

  • Dani T.

    Thank you guys for making this a wonderful experience! I hope you all had fun feeding and having fun with the animals. We won't forget the friendly giraffe, the multiple versions of wild cow (however their names are) and the aggressive baboon who got so mad at me for hitting him :) I hope that I see all of you at our next adventure.

    Please post your pictures to this site, so that we can all enjoy them.

    Thank you again for being such a great group of people and have a wonderful week!

    July 29, 2012

  • AsiaQT

    Dani, thanks for organizing this event. Look forward to meeting everyone at Mansell.

    1 · July 29, 2012

  • Dani T.

    Depending on traffic, it may take us from 1:30 hours or longer to get to the Safari from exit 8 on GA400. So, the carpooling group may get there around 4:15 or later. If anyone else wants to get there earlier, please do so and either wait for the rest or enjoy the park yourself :)

    July 29, 2012

  • Dani T.

    Last update: They make group discount payment very complicated - only one person has to pay and you have to pay extra for the bus even if not everybody comes. So, to make it easy for everybody, just pay the regular fee when you get there. It's the same as the group rate + bus, so we're not losing anything - it's just making it easier instead of me collecting money from everybody later.

    If you're going straight to the Safari, we should be there around 4.

    Dani [masked]

    July 29, 2012

  • Dani T.

    Hey guys,

    Here is the scoop: price per adult is $16.05 +$3 for the bus. Price per kid is $12 and some cents +$3 for the bus. I had to do a reservation for the bus, it costs $48 to reserve the bus. We can buy animal food when we get there - it's about $2.

    If anyone wants to carpool, let's get together at the Marta Bus Stop parking lot at Exit 8 on GA400 at 2:30pm. We'll leave around 2:45.

    Bring a camera or camcorder, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, light snacks, and great attitude!

    July 26, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    it is great idea, dani. I like to carpool to make the trip more fun while you get toknow everyone. I live in marietta. please let me know by e-mail me at: [masked]. thanks.

    July 23, 2012

  • Dani T.

    To Maria and all: bringing more people is great. I'm in the process of checking if we can get on the complimentary bus or rent a van if we get discounted prices. Does anyone want to carpool?

    1 · July 23, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Would love to go, but will be in Alaska.

    July 3, 2012

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