Safaripark Beekse Bergen, Tilburg
(4.2/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
See more than 170 animal species up-close in an outdoor setting at , the country's largest zoo and wildlife complex. Visit the park and explore it in your own car by following the 5 km (3.1 mi) of marked routes, passing free-wandering zebras, giraffes, lions, elephants, chimps, and other African creatures along the way. Alternatively, you can travel through the multitude of natural habitats by boat or even on foot in some sections, and you'll have no problem spotting some of the park's 1,500 individual residents. If you're feeling hungry or need a break, stop at the rest area halfway along the trail. Be sure to check the feeding schedule on the website to see if you can watch animals getting their meals. To visit Safaripark Beekse Bergen and other attractions in Tilburg, use our Tilburg vacation route planner.
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  • The park is beautiful and there is always something new added. Because you can choose between hiking, car, bus and boat you can every time something else to see. The hospitality industry is bad. Expensive, and the tables are almost always (yet) nasty. Staff of the restaurants is not always friendly. What a pity.
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  • In safari park Beekse Bergen is always something to do. The bussafari is a real winner. There is much to see and you get an explanation and facts to hear about all the animals out there.
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  • Had a great day out with the kids we took our niece and nephew who are 5 and 7, the animals and getting around are great. Bus ride through the park is interactive with the driver. I would not drive as...  more »
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  • It is everything but Safari. In short, if you take the path which they call it Safari on foot, there is almost no danger to you. Only cows and donkeys are allowed to freely walk, the more interesting animals like lions and dingo are separated from you by zoo barriers in a way that you can get off the car at no risk. The diversity of animals is very low. They should call themselves a charity who collects money for something rather than a Safari park.
  • Drive your car through the park with wild animals. Be aware of the free non-negotiable giraffe carwash at the exit! Fun for kids. Affordable prices for food and drinks.
  • I've been here and it was awesome, you can drive with a car through the park and see the animals from a close distance, they can even hit your car but that I guess that doesn't happen to often😀. You could also walk and go with a bus or a jeep but we thought this would be the coolest, and it was.
  • Went to decibel outdoor festival. Nice place to have a festival!
  • Really had a nice time there... Worth a visit just for the car safari itself. Be aware though that the street address and visiting address are different and around 2 kms. from each other