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Adult All Day

All day admission includes entrance to the park.


Child All Day

Ages (2-12 yrs) includes entrance to the park.

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Park Hours

Open daily 9 am to 7 pm

Adults $19.95 (ages 13 & Older) General Admission

Children $14.95 (ages 2-12) General Admission

Daily Schedule

Park and Ticket Booths - Open 9 am to 7 pm Wildlife Education Theater - Shows daily at Noon, 2 pm & 4 pm
Swine Time Pig Races - Daily at 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm & 5 pm


Why Not Visit Us This June

Why Not Visit Us This June

Posted June 4, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greeting friends and welcome to the Month of June!!!! Wooooooohoooo. No more pencils no more books no more school lunches from average cooks LOL. I like teachers so I will spin that for the cooks. It’s a great time of year visit Timbavati Wildlife Park. Last Friday we had a house full of kids coming through on end of the year field trips, they were having the time of their lives. That’s what Timbavati Wildlife Park was built on, bringing joy to the lives of the people that come and spend their hard earned dollar with us. I’ll tell you…
The Wildebeests of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Wildebeests of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted February 8, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to the first Monday in the month of March. Basketball tournaments aren’t the only sign of the 3rd month of the year. This month begins the countdown to our opening weekend which is only about 8 weeks away. That’s a very short period of time in animal years LOL.  One thing that won’t be short is your trip to Timbavati Wildlife Park where you can see really cool animals like our Wildebeests. This native of Africa can be found in the southern half of Africa. It is also referred to as a gnu. The wildebeest is…
New in 2016 the Nyala!

New in 2016 the Nyala!

Posted March 30, 2016 in Uncategorized

Timbavati Wildlife Park is proud to introduce the Nyala in 2016. This African member of the antelope family is a native of Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. It has also been introduced to Botswana and Namibia through conservation and reserve efforts. About The Nyala The nyala is known for its brown color with white stripes on the sides and some white spotting. When they are born, the males and females are almost indistinguishable. It is believed that this protects the young males from the adult males who compete for dominance. Males compete through displays of dominance for mating…