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Aloha Safari Zoo, Cameron
(4.4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I see other reviewers looked at this place differently than my family of 4 did. Yes, it is animals and lots of room to roam for some. But, the overall condition and size of the habitats for the larger...  more »
  • It is easy to maneuver around plus they had a bus. So Adults will love it too. And the kids go wild for the touch.. You can tell all the people there love animals and take great care of them. 
  • Just returned from visiting this zoo and had a wonderful time. There's not too many places around the Raleigh area where children can interact and feed a giraffe, baboons and many other animals not na...  more »
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  • My family and I had a fantastic visit last Saturday, truly a great place for all ages. Our personal favorite parts were feeding the animals, including Stretch, the super friendly giraffe, seeing the baby pigs, and hearing stories from staff and volunteers about the animals history and how they came to be at the zoo.The staff are all super friendly and really love the animals. There are lots of picnic tables throughout for a great family picnic. We will definitely visit again in the future!
  • My daughter and I visit the zoo today for the first time. The price was fair to me $12 per person older than 24 months. Animal food $3.00 a bag. We were allowed to feed and touch the animals. The zoo was large enough to to tour for an hour or two but, the walk wasn't unbearable or too long like most zoos (which made me happy cause my daughter is two and she walked the whole zoo with no complaints). There is a left to right train tour. The tour is free and you can ride the train as may times as you like they provide you with bread to feed to the animals and the girl who gave my tour was very friendly, informative, and funny. There's also a park, picnic tables, store to buy gifts, atm, and vending machines. The animals seemed happy liked the love being there.. at most zoos I've been to the animals wont interact however, the animals at the aloha safari zoo interact with us all day. I plan to go back very soon.
  • rescue animals, but a great variety, good cause. Nice Safari ride to see the big animals, like in the wild almost. Great for Kids too. Everything there that's needed. Price seems high, but worth it. Goes to upkeep
  • It's nice, but go early. The staff is wonderful and the fact the animals are rescued or just dropped off there is a plus. Nice variety of animals to see. We had fun..
  • Wonderful Zoo for an afternoon family visit. They have a large variety of animals to see. Feeding Stretch was definitely the highlight for our group. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly. They are glad to answer questions about all of the animals. There are picnic tables as well as a shelter for parties.