A nationally accredited zoo that is home to a wide variety of unique and exotic animals such as the endangered African wild ... More
A nationally accredited zoo that is home to a wide variety of unique and exotic animals such as the endangered African wild dogs or an Asian deer that barks and eats meat. A natural path that is almost a mile in length winds past many rare and beautiful animals which reside within a 52 acre jungle of exotic plants that was first planted in 1919.
My wife and I enjoy the Naples Zoo. We now live 90 miles away and still take friends there 2-3 times a year, so we can see what is new, and to show off an attraction that will be a hit everytime. This is a great day, and lots of fun.
Overall a nice quiet walk and the sites weren't bad, there were some renovations when i went but overall this is a good place to spend an afternoon, yes it does smell sometimes but its a zoo(duhh), they dont have running showers and soap on a rope. Eat breakfast or lunch before going to cut the cost of purchasing food, and if its hot bring an umbrella, not for rain but to keep shade over your head and the little ones, so go and have a nice afternoon...
We've been going to Fort Myers for years and usually make the trip down to Naples and the Zoo has been one of our regular stops. Over the years, it's been Caribbean Gardens and Jungle Larry's but now its simply Naples Zoo. This year we saw their new leopard exhibit and were thrilled. My son stood face to face with a black leopard. Anyway, make sure you do the cruise to see the islands of monkeys and at least one of the shows.
Naples Zoo is unlike any other Zoo I have visited. The Zoo was built on a botanical garden, most of which is still intact, so the exhibits are built around this wonderful atmosphere. It is a pleasure walking from exhibit to exhibit and seeing the variety of trees and lush vegetation. Don't miss the small boat (no waves!) trip around the islands that house gibbons and other mammals. And, the highlight is the shows held throughout the day in the (covered) outdoor amphitheater. This small zoo packs in a lot! You will be glad you visited.
I recently visited the Naples Zoo on a breezy spring day. The weather was great, as it almost always is in Naples, and I got to see all the animals on exhibit (most zoos you can't see where the animals are in their enclosure). The lions were playful and the alligators were laying out getting sun. The cruise to see all the monkeys was great and it was nice to sit down and relax. I would recommend anyone visiting Naples to stop by the zoo for the day or even the afternoon (with their low prices you can go without feeling like you're losing money if you don't stay all day). Its just great. I will be going back soon.
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\"The premier performing arts hall in Southwest Florida,\" this performing arts center features a 1,221 seat main hall, a 200
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