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Safari Lake Geneva is a unique wildlife habitat located only about 5 miles from downtown Lake Geneva. Surrounded by 75 acres of untouched wildlife habitat, Safari Lake Geneva is home to more than 50 exotic wild animals from all over the world. The animals live free, in environments that approximate their natural habitat, and visitors can observe them from the company’s safari truck or wagon. Visitors can observe American bison, domestic yak, Ankole-Watusi cattle, camel, llama, greater rhea, alpaca, Brahman cattle, miniature horses, nilgai antelope, scimitar-horned oryx, blackbuck antelope, miniature zebu, and others. While driving through the wildlife habitat, visitors can also spot native wild animals that live in the surrounding forests, such as white-tailed deer, muskrats, and painted turtles. The tours last about 1 hour and visitors can feed the animals that approach their vehicles.
W1612 Litchfield Road, Lake Geneva, WI 53147, Phone: 262-475-8089