Schedule: Monday - Sunday: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Minutes from downtown Miami and Miami Beach is one of the most famous theme parks, it has a variety of exotic animals from around the world, where you can enjoy total freedom in a rainforest, and have the incredible experience with The wildlife, you can make trails for paths up to 1.35 miles knowing the sausage tree of Africa, for animal lovers you will meet Hercules (half lion and half tiger) who has the record prize for being the biggest feline in the world.
To interact with some animals, minimum age of six years are required, you can see the shows completely free with your entrance to Jungle Island. If you remember the movie Madagascar lemurs, here you can interact with these adorable animals for 10-15 minutes and it includes an educational session with the animal instructor to have the opportunity to play and sustain a lemur. Come to live this great wilderness experience with your family. You can buy your general admission to Jungle Island that includes lemurs experience: https://www.partner.viator.com/en/16741/tours/Miami/Jungle-Island-Miami/d662-3683PJI Tickets vary depending on the show you want:
Characters Jungle Island:
Peanut and Pumpkin: They are 2 twins orangutans, they get the attention of the tourists, who asserts that their traits and behaviors mimic humans. In their eyes, there is something special, their gestures and their ways are mostly human.
African Penguins : They can be seen playing in the water and walking from one place to another.
American Alligators : Reptiles are between 3 and 4 meters.
When you visit Jungle Island check for special activities on the day of your visit, prices may vary.
The park is very nice is an attraction worth visiting, we recommend you to bring water.
How to get there:
From I - 95 Take I - 395 Leste (MacArthur Causeway) 2D saída. Cruze a ponte e sua primeira fazer à direita após to stand on Parrot Jungle Trail. Follow redor and embaixo estrada ao da ponte this parking not esquerdo side.
From East From West aI -395 (MacArthur Causeway), and make the first right after Palm Island, next to the Miami Yacht Club. Make the first turn left at Parrot Jungle Trail and parking will be on the right side.