For the health and safety of our guests, staff and the broader community, and to comply with social distancing measures, mandated by government and health authorities across the country to prevent the transmission of COVID-19, Safari Adventures is required to temporarily close, effective 5pm Friday 20 March 2020.
Lion Walk : What you need to know
Wild about white lions – the myths and legends
Icy Treats on a hot Halloween
Halloween for Pezula was SCARE-TASTIC
Each month one of our Rangers is selected as guide of the month. The individual selected has gone above and beyond their job description and embodies the core values of Safari Adventures. He leads with animal welfare, obsesses over service, works smart with heart, and ultimately leaves clients with a feeling of fulfilment.
Six new lion cubs born at Safari Adventures – “The animal rangers and keepers are over the moon.”
Lions are the social butterflies of the animal kingdom, however some lions take to forcing others into their affection.
The ‘Walk With Lions’ is becoming well known and appreciated activity for visitors and Mauritians alike and now the white lions and tigers have arrived.
Soon you’ll be able to interact with the 2 rare white lions, 1 male and 1 female who have travelled all the way from South Africa.