Fuji Safari Park4.3
Fuji Safari Park located in Susono city at the base of Mount Fuji is the largest safari park in Japan. You can see Sub-Saharan African animals, such as lions, giraffes and rhinos, from the comfort of your car or from a jungle bus which has netting over the windows so you can feed the animals. The view of Mount Fuji offers a great background to the vast grounds.
The safari area is divided into seven zones - bears, lions, tigers, cheetahs, elephants, grazing animals, and mountain animals. You will see a lot of signs around warning "DANGER" or "Never get out of your car." There is also a petting zoo area, where you can walk and feed directly to animals, such as kangaroos and deer.
Purposethrilling,experience,kids,family,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Shizuoka Airport (about 77.1km) Google Transit
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5.0a month ago
We found this while camping at the base of Fuji and it is worth the money to get in it. For four people it was roughly $100. You got to see all of the animals up close and personal. There was also a petting zoo were you were allowed to tough and fed exotic animals and hold a lion cub!
5.02 months ago
It is very fun. All the animals are well groomed and there are a lot of variety of safari animals. Also if you want to see animal you have not seen before then you will love this place. There are also good food and a lot of souviners to be bought. So I recommend going to this place and have fun with you family.
5.0in the last week
The drive safari is excellent. The zoo part doesn't have lots of animals but those that are there are perfectly done for kids with lots of petting and feeding options. Recomended especially on weekdays when it's not crowded.
5.03 months ago
This place was amazing! I felt like I was in Jurassic Park (minus the dinosaurs). Lions, tigers, and bears, and much more. The pricing was reasonable and they offer a gift shop. There are many options for how you choose to ride through the zoo. 1.You can utilize your own vehicle, which in our company was more than feasible. 2.You can purchase one of their SUVs to ride through the attractive. The added bonus here is that you get to travel on a couple of extra paths that can give you a different perspective. This would be useful if you took a trip through the park multiple times (which you're allowed to do at no extra charge). 3. Finally you can pay to ride one of the buses they provide and be a part of a larger group. One type of bus has more of an open feeling than the others, though I'm not sure how to know when each is getting chosen. A word of warning though: during the trip you cannot roll down your windows or open your doors for hazard of animal attack. This can be an off-site if you have no air conditioning on a hot day. We only ran into one delay during our trip, and it lasted about a minute. It was due to the cheetahs being too close to the opening to open the gate. Overall this was a great experience. The animals were active, and my wife and daughter loved it.
4.02 months ago
Fuji safari park is a moderate sized safari park where you can go inside with your own vehicle, nonetheless, don't get your hopes up expecting to interact closely with the animals as most of them are closed behind their own fences and the milder ones will hardly be interested in you. Not to mention that you aren't allowed to open your windows. Nonetheless, it's a very nice place to interact with animals as they also have a place accesible by foot where you can touch the kangaroos and capybaras (almost like a petting zoo).