Hug a monkey? Play with wolves? Swim with a tiger cub? This place will be every Tarzan's fan dream come true. Zoological Wildlife Foundation (ZWF) is an intimate hands-on zoo where you can get close and personal with animals. 

Instead of going on a safari and wildlife expedition, book an experience that will make you want to adopt a tiger or a monkey. This private animal sanctuary provides an experience like no other. Guests have the opportunity to interact with reptiles, small mammals, birds of prey, and primates.

There are two packages you can choose from including the private tour or general wildlife experience. Additionally, ZWF takes excellent care of their animals and they make sure these animals are happy and healthy so you can feel confident in your visit. You can see more about their ethics here

The general tour costs $85 and you get to experience a one-hour intimate encounter and tour the multi-acre park. The private experience lasts seven hours and it costs $700. This is a full hands-on experience with several exotic species including; feline cubs, primates, sloths and much more. 

Staff is highly trained and you will gain knowledge about animal ambassadors and worldwide conservation efforts. If you can't afford the private three-hour tour, the one hour experience is enough to get that jungle feel. 

This won't be your average zoo tour. Animals are very loving and used to hang around humans. Don't forget to charge your camera when you head to this place because it will be an experience to capture and remember. 

Check here for time and date availability for the tours. This is the place to spend some one-on-one time with lions, alligators, and everything in between. This is a great birthday gift or an intimate venue to propose your partner. The staff can make it happen.

Zoological Wildlife Foundation is located at 16225 SW 172 avenue, Miami, FL 33187.

Disclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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