Six Flags Wild Safari Drive-Thru

Six Flags Wild Safari Drive-Thru

The Wild Safari Drive-Thru will make it easy for visitors to enjoy the park in a completely contact-free experience. To reserve tickets for the Wild Safari Drive-Thru, guests should use the online reservation system. In addition, it is best to print out the confirmation sheet to show at the gate. The new experience is set to open on May 27, 2020.

Visitors to the park can watch a variety of wildlife during the drive. They will find a range of species from various regions, including the common eland, the Ellipsis waterbuck, and the Scimitar Horned Oryx. The Red Ankole Cattle and Reticulated Giraffe are also common sightings. Guests can also see a blackbuck antelope stomping across open fields.

Guests can get up close to a variety of animals during the Six Flags Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure. Tickets for the attraction are only $10 per person and children under two get in free. Visitors will drive through 12 different areas that feature various animals in their natural habitats. There are even some interactive experiences, such as feeding giraffes and watching elephants.

The new Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure will open on March 19, 2022 and will feature new animals, new tours and enhanced guest experiences. The park will also add more animals and make park operations even smoother. The attraction will feature more than 1,200 animals from six continents and baby animals are expected in spring.

The new Wild Safari drive-through experience will operate daily from 9 am to 4 pm. Visitors will need to purchase advance tickets in order to experience this new ride. Six Flags will also incorporate safety procedures into the ride. Active Members can get a special preview of the ride on May 29. The park also sells individual safari tickets.

This new experience is also bringing in new technology. A new audio tour will guide guests through 11 simulated natural habitats and 70 different animal species. Guests will learn interesting facts about each animal and hear exotic music. They will also receive a handout that has QR codes for easy reference and a safari map.

The Red Lechwe is a species of antelope that grows up to three feet long. This species will live in the Wilde Plains area of the safari. The Asian water buffalo is not the same as the Cape buffalo, but it is closely related. It is domesticated and used for milk and liquid butter in India.