You Can Zip Line Over African Wildlife At This Zoo In Arizona
You'll get to fly over giraffes.
Calling all adrenaline junkies and adventurers! If you're looking for an awesome trip this weekend the best ziplining in Arizona is located in Camp Verde, AZ, where you can embark on a two or four-hour ziplining adventure soaring over African wildlife.
This super fun activity is through Predator Zip Lines at the Out of Africa Wildlife Park, which is available year-round! As you zipline to five different towers you'll soar over some amazing African wildlife, such as lions, zebras, giraffes, hyenas and more.
There are two different types of flights you can go on. The Predator flight is $99.95 and you'll be able to soar over the animals during the day. The Night Flight for $129.95 lets you have the same adventure but under the cover of the moon and stars.
If you want to learn more about the majestic animals you are soaring over you can even ask a guide for cool facts. You and your friends can even go as a group as long as there are at least 10 of you.
You'll even be able to cross a suspension bridge, and it's great for beginners. It's also recommended that you make a reservation. You can zipline in rain or shine, but the park will close if there's lightning.
If you want to visit the Wildlife Park after your ziplining fun you can with a general admission ticket for $38.95. For the safety of the animals, you shouldn't bring your cell phone or camera while ziplining.
You'll only be between 0-75 feet from the ground while you're flying over the animals. The park has photos you can purchase so you can remember the fun you had.
Narcity has reached out to Out of Africa Wildlife Park on the ethics of the park and will update the article when we hear back.
Predator Zip Lines
Price: $99.95 - $129.95
Location:3505 West State Route 260, Camp Verde, AZ 86322
Why you should go: You'll feel like you're in Africa while you soar over lions, hyenas, giraffes and more!
We strongly advise that before you go visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security and animal rights. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and the animals.